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Decoding the Teenage Brain (in 3 Charts)

New technologies are shedding light on what really makes adolescents tick—and providing clues on how we might reach them better...

Gender-responsive STEM education: Empowering girls and women for the jobs of...

More girls are in school today than ever before, but they do not always have the same opportunities as boys to complete and benefit from an education of their choice...

Making Time for Mindfulness

A new study shows how mindfulness education in the classroom can reduce students' sense of stress and lengthen attention spans...

Discover the new Right to education handbook

Education is a fundamental human right of every woman, man and child. However, millions are still deprived of educational opportunities every day, many as a result of social, cultural and economic factors...

Girls Get Tech. They Just Need Others to Believe It.

New research explores how access to technology helps put girls on par with boys...

“Doing Science,” Rather than “Being Scientists,” More Encouraging to Girls, New...

Asking young girls to “do science” leads them to show greater persistence in science activities than does asking them to “be scientists,” finds a new psychology study...

To teach or not to teach? It’s a little more complicated...

Story Source: Brookings ~ Go to Original Article The World Bank recently launched Teach, an open-source classroom observation tool designed to capture what goes on in...

Teaching Social and Emotional Skills All Day

Social-emotional learning shouldn’t be relegated to a distinct unit or stand-alone curriculum. Here’s how to infuse it throughout the day...

Why Multilingual People Have Healthier, More Engaged Brains

Prior to the 1960s, scientists thought children who spoke more than one language had a handicap for learning because they had to spend too much time distinguishing between languages...

Towards universal social protection for children: Achieving SDG 1.3

Story Source: ILO ~ Go to Original Article The importance of ensuring adequate social protection for children has long been high on the agenda of...

Screen time for children: Good, bad, or it depends?

Story Source: Brookings ~ Go to Original Article This is not the first time when technological advances have created a virtual riot in homes, schools,...

What can we learn from EMIS diagnostics?

Story Source: Global Partnership for Education ~ Go to Original Article Millions of dollars are invested in strengthening education management information systems, but many countries...

Why Mindfulness And Trauma-Informed Teaching Don’t Always Go Together

Story Source: KQED Mindshift ~ Go to Original Article By: Katrina Schwartz Mindfulness is a fast growing trend both in the world generally and in schools....

Artificial intelligence and the future of education: exploring how artificial intelligence...

Story Source: UNESCO MGIEP ~ Go to Original Article The Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development (India) releases its new publication...

Comprehensive school safety policy: Trends in the Asia-Pacific region

Story Source: PreventionWeb ~ Go to Original Article Source: GLOBAL ALLIANCE FOR DISASTER RISK REDUCTION AND RESILIENCE IN THE EDUCATION SECTOR (GADRRRES)  The purpose of this...

What the global ‘play gap’ means for our children’s futures

Story Source: World Economic Forum ~ Go to Original Article Are we neglecting childhood? The Fourth Industrial Revolution is about more than changes in business,...

Fewer Children Out Of School, But Basic Skills Stay Out Of...

No more than 2.8% of children are out of school in India, the first time the figure has fallen below 3%, bringing the total school enrollment to a record 97.2%.

Brain-Based Learning: Bringing the Science of Learning Into Classrooms

Years of research prompt a group of scientists to ask whether we should rethink the way we do school.

This is where teachers are most (and least) respected

A new study by the Varkey Foundation, a not-for-profit organization that aims to improve education for underprivileged children, gauges how respected teachers are in 35 economies around the world.

Telling stories using rhythmic gesture helps children improve their oral skills

Story Source: University Pompeu Fabra Barcelona ~ Go to Original Article For the first time it has been shown that a brief training session with...

Why Competency-Based Education Is Exciting And Where It May Stumble

Story Source: KQED Mindshift ~ Go to Original Article Educators all over the world are thinking creatively about ways to transform the traditional education system...

The World Inequality Database on Education (WIDE)

Story Source: UNESCO ~ Go to Original Article The World Inequality Database on Education (WIDE) highlights the powerful influence of circumstances, such as wealth, gender,...

This one small change could transform education for millions

Photo: (From Author Site URL) Date: 3 Jan 2019 | by: Manos Antoninis & Breon Corcoran | Story Source: World Education Forum ~ Go to Original...

The Brain-Changing Power of Conversation

Photo: (From Author Site URL) Date: 14 Feb 2018 | by: Bari Walsh | Story Source: Harvard Usable Knowledge ~ Go to Original Article   Interplay between parents...

Learning music early can make your child a better reader

Photo: (URL From Source) Date: 8 Nov 2018 | by: Anita Collins & Misty Adoniou | Story Source: The Conversation ~ Go to Original Article Neuroscience has...

Helping Students Develop Executive Function Skills

Photo: (URL From Source) Date: 9 Nov 2018 | by: Gina DiTullio | Story Source: EduTopia ~ Go to Original Article Simple classroom strategies can assist students...

Why Growth Mindset Still Has Some Growing to Do

Photo: (URL From Source) Date: 12 Nov 2018 | by: Rupa Chandra Gupta | Story Source: EdSurge ~ Go to Original Article Over the summer, academics debated the...

Autism early education breakthrough: Toddlers thrive in mainstream schools

Photo: (From Author Site URL) Date: 11 Nov 2018 | by: La Trobe University | Story Source: La Trobe University ~ Go to Original Article In...

What do teachers really mean to us? The first comprehensive attempt...

Photo: (From Author Site URL) Date: 9 Nov 2018 | by: Varkey Foundation  | Story Source: Varkey Foundation ~ Go to Original Article What do teachers...

We are now ready to start monitoring early-grade learning

Photo: (From Author Site URL) Date: 7 Nov 2018 | by: Silvia Montoya | Story Source: World Education Blog ~ Go to Original Article Young learners...