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Pedagogy - Social Sciences - 12.01.2022
Learning through 'guided' play can be as effective as adult-led instruction
Learning through ’guided’ play can be as effective as adult-led instruction
Play-based learning may also have a more positive effect on younger children's acquisition of important early maths skills compared with traditional, direct instruction.

Pedagogy - Social Sciences - 11.01.2022
Wealth inequalities in Britain: it’s about homeownership, housing wealth and who your parents are
Parental wealth is playing an increasingly important role in explaining whether offspring own their home and their level of housing wealth says new analysis.

Pedagogy - History / Archeology - 10.01.2022

Pedagogy - 15.12.2021
Families with no earnings, Hispanic parents most likely to miss out on Child Tax Credit payments
With the last monthly Child Tax Credit payment of the year set for distribution on Dec. 15, new research offers insights into which low-income families are still not receiving their checks. The reasons vary from another parent claiming the credit to processing issues and unknown reasons that indicate barriers in the tax filing process.

Architecture - Pedagogy - 09.12.2021

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 06.12.2021
Young peoples' rates of reporting online harassment and abuse are 'shockingly low'
Young peoples’ rates of reporting online harassment and abuse are ’shockingly low’
Young people aged 12 to 18 are unlikely to report receiving, or being asked to share, non-consensual sexual images to their school, parents or social media platforms such as Snapchat, TikTok and Instagram, finds a major new report led by UCL.

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 06.12.2021
Young peoples' rates of reporting online sexual harassment and abuse are 'shockingly low'
Young peoples’ rates of reporting online sexual harassment and abuse are ’shockingly low’
Young people aged 12 to 18 are unlikely to report receiving, or being asked to share, non-consensual sexual images to their school, parents or social media platforms such as Snapchat, TikTok and Instagram, finds a major new report led by UCL.

Pedagogy - Social Sciences - 26.11.2021
A tool to improve children’s cognitive development
In what skills are parent's most proficient in? How can we encourage them to better support children's cognitive, social and language development? We can find it out in no time with PICCOLO, the direct observation tool designed to assess and control the quality of parent-children interactions.

Innovation - Pedagogy - 26.11.2021
EPFL and ETH Zurich launch their first joint doctoral programme
EPFL and ETH Zurich launch their first joint doctoral programme
Switzerland's two federal institutes of technology have teamed up to offer a new joint doctoral programme in the learning sciences.

Life Sciences - Pedagogy - 25.11.2021
Ensuring as few plankton as possible can sneak away undetected
Ensuring as few plankton as possible can sneak away undetected
How does a machine recognise plankton? In much the same way as people recognise the faces of other people.

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 25.11.2021

Pedagogy - 22.11.2021

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 22.11.2021

Environment - Pedagogy - 11.11.2021
Coventry schools to build future cities from recycled household items
· TeenTech is a national charity working with school children to help them consider a future in digital, science technology and engineering.

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - 09.11.2021
Very preterm born adults score their relationships with family and colleagues highly, but not with friends
· There's previously been a lack of research into how very preterm (VP) and very low birth weight (VLBW) born adults themselves perceive their social experiences with friends, family, spouses etc.

Campus - Pedagogy - 04.11.2021
Admissions lotteries might reduce enrollment of students of color, low-income students and men
Admissions lotteries might reduce enrollment of students of color, low-income students and men
Many advocates for more equitable college admissions policies have called for random-draw lotteries as a simple and transparent way to fix the "problem” of elite college admissions.

Career - Pedagogy - 03.11.2021
'drastic changes' to daily routines during UK lockdowns | University of Cambridge
’drastic changes’ to daily routines during UK lockdowns | University of Cambridge
Some spent an extra hour a day on chores and childcare during lockdowns, while others got an added daily hour of solo leisure time - and most of us reduced time spent on paid work by around half an hour a day.

Career - Pedagogy - 03.11.2021
'drastic changes' in daily routines during UK lockdowns | University of Cambridge
’drastic changes’ in daily routines during UK lockdowns | University of Cambridge
Some spent an extra hour a day on chores and childcare during lockdowns, while others got an added daily hour of solo leisure time - and most of us reduced time spent on paid work by around half an hour a day.

Health - Pedagogy - 02.11.2021
’Magic Glasses’ give hope for COVID safe schools
Experts say their educational cartoon that helps primary school children understand the importance of hand hygiene and physical distancing could inspire greater confidence in Australian schools that

Pedagogy - Sport - 29.10.2021

Pedagogy - Social Sciences - 28.10.2021

Economics / Business - Pedagogy - 27.10.2021

Health - Pedagogy - 26.10.2021
Action needed on high mortality in children with adrenal insufficiency
Children with adrenal insufficiency have a higher risk of dying than those with other lifelong conditions , according to research by The University of Manchester and Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust scientists. The study of parents and children coping with conditions that cause adrenal insufficiency - such as Addison's disease and congenital adrenal hyperplasia showed that administration of potentially lifesaving injections given at the time of acute illness is poor.
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