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Pedagogy - Mathematics - 30.11.2022
Opinion: Dyscalculia - how to support your child if they have mathematical learning difficulties
Opinion: Dyscalculia - how to support your child if they have mathematical learning difficulties
It's estimated that six percent of children are affected with dyscalculia, the persistent difficulty in understanding numbers, and researchers from UCL's Institute of Education share strategies in The Conversation to support them and help them succeed in maths.

Pedagogy - 24.11.2022
Learning delays due to school closures are mounting
Primary school students are, on average, 15 weeks behind. Especially in arithmetic and spelling.

Pedagogy - Physics - 22.11.2022
Three Starting Grants for VU Amsterdam
Three Starting Grants for VU Amsterdam
Biological psychologist Elsje van Bergen, Ecologist Vasilis Kokkoris and of VU Amsterdam received a Starting Grant of at least 1.5 million euros from the European Research Council (ERC).

Pedagogy - 18.11.2022
Studying educational technology usages in Luxembourg
As a result of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, many scholars and scientists have left the country. More than 30 Ukrainian researchers displaced by the war have temporarily joined the University of Luxembourg mainly as research fellows and in some cases under temporary contracts funded by the FNR.

Campus - Pedagogy - 11.11.2022

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 10.11.2022

Psychology - Pedagogy - 09.11.2022
Teaching children to tell the truth, plus other story ideas
Teaching children to tell the truth Teaching children how to be honest can potentially be as easy as teaching them to tie their shoelaces according to Victoria Talwar , from McGill's Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology.

Computer Science - Pedagogy - 07.11.2022

Agronomy / Food Science - Pedagogy - 03.11.2022

Pedagogy - Computer Science - 31.10.2022

Innovation - Pedagogy - 31.10.2022

Computer Science - Pedagogy - 25.10.2022
HCII Researchers Awarded $2M Grant To Test AI-Based Mobile Tutoring Software
Homework can be extra difficult for middle school students facing limited access to technology, lack of parental support or other factors that could hinder their learning. To help, Carnegie Mellon University School of Computer Science researchers in the Human-Computer Interaction Institute will use a $2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education's Institute of Education Sciences to develop and test a smartphone-based tutoring system for middle school mathematics that's rooted in artificial intelligence.

Economics / Business - Pedagogy - 24.10.2022

Pedagogy - 21.10.2022
AI-Powered Museum Exhibit Shows Technology’s Potential in Education
NoRILLA one of six projects selected for exhibit at CaixaForum in Spain A project from Carnegie Mellon University's Human-Computer Interaction Institute that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to assi

Pedagogy - 18.10.2022
Key values for school children
Key values for school children
The values that matter most to primary school children are safety and the well-being of others. Teachers, meanwhile, also want to cultivate self-direction - in the same way that the Swiss curriculum aims to do.

Pedagogy - Campus - 18.10.2022
Ad hoc committee releases report on remote teaching best practices for on-campus education
Task Force 2021 and Beyond report highlights innovative teaching practices that MIT instructors have incorporated into in-person classes, informed by remote-teaching experiences.

Pedagogy - 13.10.2022
Four-fifths of school students say pandemic harmed their education
Four-fifths of students say their academic progress has suffered due to the pandemic, with state school pupils more than twice as likely to feel that they have fallen behind their classmates than independent school pupils, according to a new study led by UCL researchers. Published today, the findings are the first to be published from the COVID Social Mobility & Opportunities (COSMO) study - a major national youth cohort study analysing data on around 13,000 young people from more than 500 schools across England.

Research Management - Pedagogy - 12.10.2022

Pedagogy - 07.10.2022
Students in Rwanda confound pandemic predictions and head back to school
Students in Rwanda confound pandemic predictions and head back to school
New data from Rwanda, and some of the first published on how COVID-19 has impacted school attendance in the Global South, suggest that a widely-predicted spike in drop-out rates has -not materialised-. We are still developing a comprehensive picture of the situation across Sub-Saharan Africa, but the impact on drop-outs appears far less extreme than initially feared Pauline Rose Ever since the pandemic forced schools around the world to close, analysts, academics and teachers have been warning that many students in poorer countries might not return.

Pedagogy - Innovation - 06.10.2022
University teaching under Covid: the old hands and the evaders
How did teaching staff cope with the sudden switch to online teaching during the coronavirus pandemic? Researchers from the University of Basel investigated this in collaboration with Eucor - The European Campus.

Pedagogy - Innovation - 04.10.2022
Schools, researchers and companies join forces in the National Education Lab AI to work on intelligent technology in education
Schools, researchers and companies join forces in the National Education Lab AI to work on intelligent technology in education
Artificial Intelligence is playing a growing role in Dutch economy and society, and by extension also in education.

Innovation - Pedagogy - 03.10.2022

Pedagogy - 30.09.2022
Team Advances to Final Round of $1M XPRIZE Competition
Digital Learning Challenge seeks to improve learning outcomes with effective tools Carnegie Mellon University learning science researchers John Stamper , Norman Bier and Steven Moore are part of a mu

Pedagogy - 26.09.2022
Raising the first-year pass rate without compromising on standards
Raising the first-year pass rate without compromising on standards
As the new academic year kicks into gear, we spoke to Simone Deparis, the executive director of EPFL's Propedeutic Center (CePro), which is aiming to raise the first-year pass rate (currently 51.5%) without lowering standards.

Innovation - Pedagogy - 26.09.2022
Smartphones, teenagers, and parents
The title of the encounter organised by L'ideatorio, USI's service for promoting scientific culture, and the USI Institute of Public Health was "Smartphones and Teenagers.

Law - Pedagogy - 05.09.2022

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 05.09.2022
Optimising the 10,000 hours that set children up for life
The Australian Research Council (ARC) will support a University of Queensland large-scale, longitudinal study of 600 children and their early education experiences.

Pedagogy - Social Sciences - 22.08.2022
Back-to-school topics: U-M experts available
Back to school brings several challenges, from an ongoing shortage of teachers and school staff to reliance on technology, in-person social skills and student achievements.

Pedagogy - 16.08.2022

Campus - Pedagogy - 12.08.2022

Pedagogy - 10.08.2022
Down syndrome project shatters quality of life myths
Down syndrome project shatters quality of life myths
Young adults living with Down syndrome have high aspirations and a great zest for life according to an Australian first study by researchers from The University of Queensland. A team led by Associate Professor Rhonda Faragher and Dr Janette Lloyd from UQ's School of Education conducted interviews and focus groups around the country, exploring the quality of life of Gen Z's with Down syndrome.

Career - Pedagogy - 26.07.2022
Ambitious career aspirations: A balancing act between success and disappointment
Ambitious career aspirations: A balancing act between success and disappointment
Higher aspirations lead to higher achievements. At least, that is true in the context of educational and occupational aspirations, as shown by a new study co-authored by economist Dr. Reto Odermatt of the University of Basel. Unrealistically high aspirations as a teenager, however, can have a negative effect on well-being as an adult.

Pedagogy - Career - 28.06.2022
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