A gender gap in negotiation emerges between boys and girls as early as age eight

Understood to persist between men and women in the workforce, Boston College team finds the gender gap in negotiation takes root during childhood

Positive student-teacher relationships benefit students’ long-term health, study finds

Positive peer relationships don’t show the same long-term health benefits, according to the research

Teacher race and gender bias: Perceptions of students’ approach to learning affects grades

Researchers in the USA look at how racial bias can impact on teaching.

Negative experiences on social media tied to higher odds of feeling lonely

Positive interactions on social media are not making young adults feel more connected, whereas negative.

Are children’s television programmes too cool for school?

New research to be presented at the 2018 American Academy of Pediatrics National Conference & Exhibition looks at how school life is depicted on children’s TV shows and what influence it may have on how children perceive school

Children’s violent video game play associated with increased physical aggressive behaviour

Dartmouth analysis of multiple studies demonstrates how effect varies across ethnicity

Asking questions, testing improves student learning of new material

Jason Chan makes a point to periodically interrupt his lecture and ask students a question.

Digital media use linked to behavioural problems in kids

re children who spend lots of time using digital devices prone to psychiatric problems? A.

Strategic classroom intervention can make big difference for autism students

Special training for teachers may mean big results for students with autism spectrum disorder, according.

Neighbourhoods can help buffer impacts from childhood poverty

Study suggests that community resources mitigate stress In one of the first studies to examine.