According to new research, early literacy skills in children aged between four and five can be boosted by daytime naps
Open Access Government discuss Japan’s focus on supporting young researchers to help achieve the country’s scientific research and development goals when studying in Japan.
Joe Miller, general manager of the Americas and Europe, Pocketalk, looks at the language issues in education and the solutions that can help those learning English.
How can education programmes develop the problem-solving skills of today’s schoolchildren and tomorrow’s STEM workforce?
Elin Eriksen Ødegaard, Director & Professor in Early Childhood Pedagogy from Western Norway University of Applied Sciences, lifts the lid on NORCHILD, a unique research school for early childhood education & care.
Clarifying what kind of support is provided by universities in Scotland, as ‘Corporate Parents’, to children and young people who have experienced social care in the UK in comparison with Japan.
Dean Emeritus Katy Campbell, University of Alberta, discusses the future of girls and women in STEM education.
People who take academic breaks after high school are less likely to enrol in higher education – especially those from disadvantaged backgrounds.
Katy Pinchess, headteacher, talks about how Bentley CE Primary School is identifying and supporting children’s literacy skills to boost confidence as well as reading progress.
A flexible approach is key to ensure the teaching of phonics can be personalised for children with special educational needs, says Katrina Cochrane, at Lexplore Analytics.
Students who are multilingual – regardless of whether they are fluent or beginners in another language – scored higher in GSCE results.
COVID-19 case numbers need to be far lower than current rates before lifting mask mandates in US elementary schools according to new research
Acknowledging pleasure as a key driver of sexual behaviour has more success in teaching safe sex than traditional sex education – as well as targeting STI/HIV risk reduction.
Anantha Duraiappah, Director at UNESCO Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development (MGIEP), describes a new social contract for education, including why science and evidence matter.
Many teachers took on ‘humanitarian roles’ during COVID-19 school closures, aiming to improve girls’ education - as well as providing healthcare and safeguarding.
Tatjana Babrauskienė from the European Economic and Social Committee, Workers’ Group (Group II), walks us through blended learning, underlining a strategic rather than reactive approach to change.
Alison Kriel, Founder, Above & Beyond Education, describes the importance of understanding equality in light of gender bias in society
Researchers developed a simulation model for schools during the pandemic, identifying what schools need to do to minimise COVID cases.
To inspire more Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) students into postgraduate research, Durham university have introduced a £2.5 million scheme to diversify their education programmes.
A team find that expressive vocabulary at the age of 5-7 can predict likelihood of good emotional regulation, four years later.