Online outdoor science lessons run during the pandemic helped to engage children with the subject and boosted teachers’ skills, analysis suggests.This article was originally published on this website.
Menstrual cycle education in U.K. schools is inconsistent and inadequate, and teachers feel they lack time, confidence, and subject knowledge, according to new research led by Swansea University.This article was originally published on this website.
To the untrained eye, the small community garden on Coast and Straits Salish territory—on what passersby commonly know as the University of Victoria campus—might look unruly. Bursting with dandelions, lamb’s ear and grasses, it’s difficult […]
Fewer students are choosing language electives at school, but contrary to popular perception, it isn’t purely a lack of interest causing the decline. My recent study suggests students want to study a language, but can’t.This […]
When you live in the driest State in the driest country in the world, bushfires are an unfortunate, and all-too-regular part of life. Learning how to survive such emergencies is important for all people, but […]
As educators and industry mull strategies for attracting more young adults to math-oriented professions, a new study in the journal Child Development suggests that children’s early experiences doing math homework and activities with their parents […]
A 13-year-old boy from Minnesota will soon earn his bachelor’s degree from college—with a major in physics and a minor in math.This article was originally published on this website.
Federal funding for biomedical research has a “ripple effect” of stimulating new studies even beyond the original purposes of a grant and may provide unexpected benefits, a new study suggests.This article was originally published on […]
In recent years, there’s been rapid growth in the field of community-engaged research, a model of knowledge production that partners universities with community organizations to co-develop research in response to local needs. In theory, this […]
Proposed changes to the New South Wales English syllabus reinforce the misguided idea that the teaching of language and literacy skills should fall chiefly to English teachers, leaving other teachers to focus more on their […]