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Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 23.09.2021
A wide social gap in political engagement emerges during adolescence
The chances of a teenager getting involved in politics is linked to how much education their parents had, according to UCL and University of Roehampton researchers. Additionally, while parental education has no effect on the political interest of children at age 11 it has a strong positive effect by the time they are 16.

Campus - Pedagogy - 22.09.2021

Pedagogy - Social Sciences - 17.09.2021

Pedagogy - Career - 14.09.2021
Current exam system in England ’not fit for the future’, says expert report
The Independent Assessment Commission (IAC) has today (14th September) published its Interim Report considering the future of exams in England.

Pedagogy - 13.09.2021
Do Alexa and Siri make kids bossier? New research suggests you might not need to worry
Do Alexa and Siri make kids bossier? New research suggests you might not need to worry
Chatting with a robot is now part of many families' daily lives, thanks to conversational agents such as Apple's Siri or Amazon's Alexa.

Pedagogy - Campus - 09.09.2021
Helping children with autism and hyperlexia learn to understand what they read
Hyperlexia is a condition where preschool children display an intense early interest in letters in a way that is very advanced for their age. They can decode words accurately, but without understanding their meaning. It is most common among children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) - with approximately 6-20% of children with autism demonstrating hyperlexia.

Health - Pedagogy - 08.09.2021
COVID-19 Delta variant in education settings: new report
COVID-19 Delta variant in education settings: new report
The latest report on COVID-19 transmission in NSW schools, early childhood education and care services during 16 June to 31 July 2021 show most children who caught the infection had mild or no symptoms, despite Delta being more transmissible.

Campus - Pedagogy - 06.09.2021
Between hope and reservations: Study on what students expect of remote learning
At the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, teaching and learning at German brick-and-mortar universities shifted to virtual formats practically overnight.

Pedagogy - Social Sciences - 02.09.2021

Campus - Pedagogy - 31.08.2021
Even small crowdsourced projects from teachers make a difference for students
It takes as little as a $400 investment in a teacher-led educational project to improve outcomes for some students, particularly those in lower-income schools, a University of Michigan study on the impact of the crowdsourcing platform DonorsChoose shows.

Pedagogy - Economics / Business - 25.08.2021
Stamping out sexual harassment in elite private boys’ schools
A Monash University study has found female teachers in elite private boys' schools are vulnerable to sexual harassment due to the school's status and unique constructs, and recommends a restructure of policies and practices to combat this behaviour.

Health - Pedagogy - 10.08.2021

Health - Pedagogy - 05.08.2021
Heads reveal how 'overwhelming' Government guidance held schools back as COVID hit
Heads reveal how ’overwhelming’ Government guidance held schools back as COVID hit
Headteachers and school leaders have described how an 'avalanche' of confused and shifting Government guidance severely impeded schools during the critical first months of COVID lockdown in a new study.

Pedagogy - Social Sciences - 20.07.2021

Psychology - Pedagogy - 16.07.2021
Emotion and locomotion crucial from an early age
Emotion and locomotion crucial from an early age
Researchers at the University of Geneva have found that emotion knowledge, cooperative social behaviour and locomotor activity are three key skills for promoting numerical learning in children aged 3 to 6.

Pedagogy - Campus - 16.07.2021

Innovation - Pedagogy - 06.07.2021

Pedagogy - Career - 06.07.2021

Pedagogy - 02.07.2021
Opinion: Young children should not learn about the Shoah
There has been a four-fold increase in the Holocaust being taught in history at the lower end of Key Stage Three, but we must ensure students are old enough to fully understand it, says Professor Stuart Foster and Professor Ruth-Anne Lenga (both UCL Institute of Education).

Music - Pedagogy - 01.07.2021

Pedagogy - 28.06.2021

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 20.06.2021
Young refugees clash with structures
VUB research exposes difficulties for young newcomers in Belgium June 20 is World Refugee Day For his doctoral research, Minne Huysman, of the VUB's adult educational sciences department, followed 122 young newcomers who sought protection in Belgium in the summer of 2015.

Career - Pedagogy - 18.06.2021
One in three with vision impairment lack support to gain quality education and employment
One in three with vision impairment lack support to gain quality education and employment
A Longitudinal Transition Study just published by the Vision Impairment Centre for Teaching and Research (VICTAR) at the University of Birmingham and Thomas Pocklington Trust (TPT) shows one in three

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 18.06.2021
Berkeley Talks transcript: Rucker Johnson on why school integration works (revisiting)
Listen to  Berkeley Talks episode #117: "Rucker Johnson on why school integration works (revisiting).

Pedagogy - Career - 18.06.2021
Setbacks in early childhood development, workforce reveal underlying inequity, according to U-M study
The pandemic affected all families and early childhood education programs, but it exposed existing inequities in communities and systems, according to a new University of Michigan study.

Campus - Pedagogy - 17.06.2021

Pedagogy - Health - 17.06.2021
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