Modern brain research disproving the dualistic myth of a distinction between “mind” and body should translate into a new approach to education harnessing the potential benefits of “embodied learning”, new paper argues.
Project-based learning is superior to traditional instruction, new study finds. Not only does it help students develop additional skills and attributes: it is also superior in terms of knowledge acquisition and academic performance.
A few days ago, PsychED reviewed an article on the importance of a school’s social capital in its students’ academic achievement. Today, we dive deeper into this notion thanks to an exclusive interview with Dr. Serena J. Salloum.