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Researchers find the most ‘purposeful’ method to stop binge drinking
A culture of binge drinking has left many with cases of alcohol addiction, but research finds a strong purpose in life can reduce this temptation.
Education responsive to children’s brain development can improve mental health
Is an education that responds to children’s ongoing brain development, supporting social and emotional development, the key to addressing the youth mental health crisis?
Why we need to treat mental health like physical health in schools
Ben Levinson, OBE, headteacher at Kensington Primary School, shares his thoughts on why mental health should have a positive focus the way physical health does, not a negative one.
Student wellbeing at secondary school: 79% of 14 year olds extremely dissatisfied
Student wellbeing drops sharply after starting secondary school with most adolescents satisfied at 11 and most extremely dissatisfied by 14.
Blended learning: How to support students in the hybrid classroom
The hybrid classroom has become the new normal in post-pandemic education, but is this 'blended learning' accessible and can it be improved?
After school closures, our focus needs to be on design
Following school closures due to COVID-19, schools need to reopen with safer designs in mind to protect students and help them attain an education.
Does student loan repayment have negative health consequences?
Student loan repayment can heighten cardiovascular illness risk for middle-aged adults in the US, as mental health worsens with greater debt.
Private school education does not lead to better mental health
A national survey finds that state school pupils are just as happy with their lives as counterparts who received private school education.
A risky future for Europe’s universities
European University Association President, Michael Murphy, and Senior Policy Coordinator Thomas Jorgensen, discuss the changing future of higher education across Europe.
Neuromodulation clears symptoms of severe, untreatable depression
Targeted neuromodulation may be a future method to help those with severe, untreatable depression - traditionally, this is used to correct misfiring brain circuits in people with epilepsy or Parkinson's.
Enhancing safety and learning in schools through smart CO2 monitors
Hassan Sherbaz, Solutions Architect at Connexin, explains how smart monitoring solutions can help schools make informed decisions about ventilation across their buildings to protect students.
UCAS say record number of students got their first choice university
On A-level results day, a record 395,770 students have gotten the grades to secure their first choice university - which means 91% of incoming university students are where they wanted to be.
How can teachers discuss anti-Asian racism and violence?
When it comes to talking about anti-Asian racism and recent violence with pupils, teachers may feel unsure of how to start - here, University of Kansas researchers explain how popular culture can help.
Back to school: Making school safety a priority with smart technology
Smarter Technologies examine how smart technology can assist facilities managers and headteachers in making school environments as safe as possible.
Education changes: Time for schools to turn and face the digital music
Simon Carter, Director at RM Education says that COVID-19 created deep-rooted education changes in the UK, and that we must now strengthen the world of online learning.
Disruptive change in contemporary medical education
Here, L. Maximilian Buja, MD, describes a disruptive change in contemporary medical education and explains the unintended consequences of that change.
Will increased COVID-19 testing keep children in schools?
Abdullah Sabyah, Founder and CEO Rightangled, discusses the need to overhaul the government’s approach to coronavirus testing in schools and explores how home-based private testing can ensure children continue to receive the education they need.
Schools should discuss social media with students
Unsah Malik, social media professional, gives her opinion on why schools should be addressing social media with students instead of ignoring it.
Have COVID-19 school closures impacted academic achievement?
The American Education Research Association discusses initial insights onto how COVID-19 school closures in Spring 2020 impacted student learning.
Eating disorders could be treated via Virtual Reality Exposure Therapy
Researchers found that Virtual Reality Exposure Therapy (VRET) could significantly help people suffering from eating disorders.
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