Cognitive flexibility develops earlier than previously thought

IMAGE: COMMENT: Cognitive flexibility has been measured as a unique characteristic in adult brains. However, scientists have less tools to assess cognitive flexibility during early infancy. A recent study [...]

Andrea Khalfaoui no comments

Writing collaboratively: elected or imposed, which is better?

SCIENTIFIC ARTICLES: Mozaffari, S. H. (2017). Comparing student-selected and teacher-assigned pairs on collaborative writing. Language Teaching Research, 21(4), 496-516. IMAGE: COMMENT: This study set out to compare the nature of [...]

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Early language exposure impact on later abilities

SCIENTIFIC ARTICLES: Romeo, R. R., Leonard, J. A., Robinson, S. T., West, M. R., Mackey, A. P., Rowe, M. L., & Gabrieli, J. D. (2018). Beyond the 30-million-word gap: [...]

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Writing about science, social studies and mathematics helps students learn content better

SCIENTIFIC ARTICLES: Graham, S., Kiuhara, S.A., & Mackay, M. (2020). The Effects of Writing on Learning in Science, Social Studies, and Mathematics: A Meta-Analysis. Review of Educational Research, 90(2), 179-226. [...]

Harkaitz Zubiri no comments

Violence has a biological basis

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Laura Natividad 2 comments

Relaxation improves learning and behavior

IMAGE: COMMENT: I have listened that thanks to the relaxations made in the classroom, students improve their behavior and their learning performance. Is it true? Error happened. [...]

Maria Josep Guillem 3 comments

School redistribution policies of immigrant students promote xenophobia

SCIENTIFIC ARTICLES: Campdepadrós, R.; Molina, S.; Ramis, M.; & de Botton, L. (2020). The Vic Model: From school redistribution to xenophobic voting. Political Geography, 83. DOI: IMAGE: COMMENT: [...]

Harkaitz Zubiri 6 comments

Massages among students in classrooms help them to be relaxed

IMAGE: COMMENT: Is it true that massages among students in classrooms help them to be relaxed and more prepared to work on the next task? Error happened. [...]

Maria Josep Guillem 2 comments

Zero violence since early childhood prevents violence along children’s lives

SCIENTIFIC ARTICLES: IMAGE: COMMENT: In contrast to what is commonly stated: that violence is first presented at primary and secondary educational stages; it is known and proven by [...]

Paula Cañaveras 11 comments

Children always learn from concrete to abstract

SCIENTIFIC ARTICLES: Egan, K. (2005). Students’ Development in Theory and Practice: The Doubtful Role of Research. Harvard Educational Review, 75, 25-41. DOI: IMAGE: COMMENT: This is a hoax. There [...]

Harkaitz Zubiri no comments