Focused Vs Diffuse Thinking Mode: Unlock Your Brain’s Potential - Productive Desks
Focused vs Diffuse Thinking: When your brain follows fixed steps, already stored in the memory to provide you with results, you are on the focused mode of thinking. On the other hand, the diffuse mode is activated in all those moments when you aren't explicitly concentrated on something.
Dr. Lilian Katz: What Should Children Be Learning? | 92Y Parenting & Family
Dr. Lilian Katz: What Should Children Be Learning? | 92Y Parenting & Family - YouTube
Representación proporcional de las lenguas más habladas en el mundo
A world of language de Alberto Lucas López es una representación visual de los 23 idiomas más hablados en todo el mundo y en qué países hay un numero significativo de hablantes. La cantidad de habitantes que hablan cada idioma queda...
In Language Classrooms, Students Should Be Talking
Language classes often don't focus on the aspect of learning a language that intrigues students most -- speaking it. We should get students talking more.
10 Teaching Tools and Tips - Music Teacher's Helper Blog
Teaching music requires basic tools like staff paper, textbooks, good instruments, patience, people skills, and years of practice. But over time, every teacher discovers various tools and tricks that makes their job much easier. Some are obvious (like a chord stamp) and some are not as obvious (like an over door shoe organizer). Here’s …
The power of believing that you can improve | Carol Dweck
Carol Dweck researches “growth mindset” — the idea that we can grow our brain's capacity to learn and to solve problems. In this talk, she describes two ways...
Are Timeouts Helpful or Harmful to Young Children? | Parenting Tips & Advice | PBS KIDS for Parents
What’s a parent to do when one of the most commonly used tools for disciplining young children is called into question?
Ask A Scientist: Can Brain Scanners 'See' a Kid's Imagination at Work?
Dr. John S. Hutton at Cincinnati Children's Hospital is the lead author of a study that pinpointed the part of the brain that helps children visualize stories read to them.
The Surgeon Who Became An Activist For Baby Talk
The new book by surgeon Dana Suskind, Thirty Million Words: Building A Child's Brain, explores the importance of constantly talking to our kids, even when they're too young to talk back.
"I'm Sorry:" Apologizing to Your Child | Parenting Tips & Advice | PBS KIDS for Parents
True apologies help adults build an authentic relationship with their children - one in which both people will sometimes make mistakes.
Brains At Play | NPR Ed
Why do we humans like to play so much? Play sports, play tag, play the stock market, play Duck Duck Goose? We love it all. And we're not the only ones. Dogs,...