Science has landed a probe on a comet hurtling through space, wiped smallpox from the face of the earth, and split the atom. Surely research can come up with a few ways to make humans happier. Thanks the
3. Your body and mind react to mental images and events as if they are events happening in the real world. Try thinking about smelling and then biting into a lemon. You will likely feel a change in saliva
Vegetarianism can come with some unexpected side effects. More and more women are vegging out...of their minds. New research suggests that along with shedding pounds, slashing cancer risk, and boosting
To the editor: The No Child Left Behind law gets undeserved credit for making schools pay attention to students living in poverty. ("Finding the sweet spot of reason in evaluating schools and teachers,"
I’m not the first person to say that we have impossible standards for teachers. In this case, what I mean by that is that we expect them to be loving, caring people who do what they do out of some higher
Neuroscientist Catharine Young explains how memories are formed and suggests strategies teachers can use to make sure students remember information Since the dawn of time, learning and memory have gone
Last year, Susan Avey, the principal of Bogle Junior High School in Chandler, Ariz., had a heart-to-heart with one of her new teachers about how he was relating to students. In a previous year, this might
A North Carolina study proves again that diversity is a really good idea. With all the roadblocks thrown up by the Supreme Court, should school systems still try to pursue diversity? One district in North