Author: Editor

From the editorial team at The Education Wire.

A window into adolescence

Researchers study biological roots for adolescent risk-taking

Kaligo launches Cloud version to help provide seamless school to home learning to support the recovery curriculum

Brings many benefits for users, including its cross-tablet capability for iPad, google and android tablets.

Tracking pupil eye movements to help aid the transition between primary and secondary schools

With no marking involved, the paperless assessment also saves countless hours of administration time

How students learn from their mistakes

Researchers at University of Southern California find that students who are focused on monitoring their own learning process, rather than on getting right answers, learn better over time.

Schooling is critical for cognitive health throughout life

Quality schooling matters cognitively for later life also.

Childhood connection to nature has many benefits but is not universally positive

A review finds a connection to nature is complex, as well as positive emotions, it can generate negative emotions linked to issues like climate change

Social networks can support academic success

Being friends with those who get good grades has a positive impact on students’ academic performance, HSE University researchers learn.

To improve students’ mental health, teach them to breathe

Resiliency training programs could be a valuable tool for addressing the mental health crisis.

Jobs for the boys: How children give voice to gender-stereotyped job roles

Children, and especially boys, show stronger stereotyping about masculine and feminine jobs than previously suspected.

Expand school digital literacy lessons to cover health technologies used by young people

Young people are accessing digital health technologies from a very young age. What are the implications?