Study investigates the impact of stereotypes and the role of family, school and society on the self-concept of females already studying these scientific subjects and found that these stereotypes do impact the self-concept of females already studying these scientific subjects.
Early intervention to maintain and raise expectations could increase the number of teenagers from less privileged backgrounds entering higher education, a new study published in the Oxford Review of Education suggests.
In the classroom, what's the line between education and personal experience? This is a question addressed by Concordia alumnus Jason Butler in an article recently published by The Arts in Psychotherapy. In the course of a North American and UK study, he found that the conflicting demands of education and therapy within the classroom can cause emotional stress and confusion among students in drama therapy and other professions using dramatic enactment.
By acting out scenarios commonly seen in the clinic, real-life transgender actors can help residents learn to provide more sensitive care to people with a different gender identity than the one they were assigned at birth. This is the main finding of a study published online June 15 in the Journal of Graduate Medical Education.
The Trump administration hopes to slash $10.6 billion from current education initiatives to instead promote school choice. One potential target of the cuts could be services to improve social and emotional learning, a critical ingredient for overall academic success, according to the latest issue of The Future of Children, a publication produced by Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs and The Brookings Institution.
Women are underrepresented in philosophy journals, even when compared to their already low rate of representation among faculty, according to new research from Binghamton University, State University of New York.
For the authors, the high correlation between student tablet use and greater activity on social networks is worrying. They define this devices as a double-edged sword, as they can be the Trojan horse in which online entertainment invades the classroom in a massive way.
Teachers who have an authentic teaching style are more positively received by their students, according to new research published in the National Communication Association's journal, Communication Education.
A study by Swansea University researchers has found that student academic integrity is not a core concept taught to academics in Higher Education.
A new report from the Making Caring Common project at the Harvard Graduate School of Education finds that young people struggle with romantic relationships and rampant misogyny and sexual harassment, but parents and other adults have commonly failed to address these problems.