BPS Education Research Digest

The British Psychological Society runs an extensive blog summarising a wide range of psychological research. The link below takes you to a digest of recent research linked to education.

BPS Research Digest: Education

Some recent examples of articles:

Do children learn more from self-explanation than extra practice?
Reading literary (but not pop) fiction boosts our understanding of other people’s minds
Seven-year-olds’ beliefs about ability are associated with the way they were praised as toddlers
Guide to studying
Exploiting children’s social instincts to boost their learning

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  1. Pingback: APA Learning & Memory digest | Evidence into practice @ Turnford

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