#teaching

Psychology | Psychology & Psychological Research

What makes a TED Talk go viral? These 5 nonverbal patterns may explain | TED Blog

Science of People asked 760 volunteers to rate hundreds of hours of TED Talks looking for body language cues.

Psychology | Parenting and Kids

A Case Study on Punishment

When you were punished as a child, did it work? Or did you just strategize how to get away with your behavior the next time?

Psychology | Parenting and Kids

What #Babies Know About Physics and Foreign Languages

Our kids don’t need to be taught in order to learn.

Psychology | Parenting and Kids

An Age By Age Guide to Sex Education

When it comes to sex education, parents often have many questions. How do I start? What do I say? And when? Here is an age guide for what kids need to know.

News | Good News!

At 102, Nation’s Oldest Working Teacher Has No Plans To Retire

Teachers and students at a NJ school said they hit the jackpot with one of their teachers who's been with the school for more than 20 years.

Advice & Self-Help | Empowering Tools for Growth

The Simple Study Technique That Will Maximise Recall

Sometimes studying comes easily - read, remember, rinse, repeat. Sometimes it’s like chewing concrete and no matter how much time is spent reviewing the material, when it comes time to remember, there’s nothing but chirping crickets.

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

This Math Puzzle For 3rd Graders Is Harder Than It Looks. Can You Solve It?

Get ready for your brain to hurt. Again. A math teacher in Vietnam challenged his third-grade class (read: 8-year-old students) to solve this seemingly simple arithmetic problem. Apparently