motor memory

Motor Memory: Why You Never Forget How to Ride a Bike

 

 Motor memory is the result of motor learning, which involves developing new muscular coordination. This allows us to recall motor coordination we have learned in order […]

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Piaget theory

Piaget Theory: Childhood cognitive developmental stages- Is your child developing on time?

 

  How can I tell if my child is developing properly for his age? How do children think, and what are the stages of their […]

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Echolalia

What is Echolalia?: Its Purpose and What It Means

 

  Echolalia is a natural part of language acquisition. “It’s a beautiful day!” said the mother, to which the child echoed “It’s a beautiful day!” […]

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Childhood Development Stages:

Childhood Development Stages: Learning and Development

 

  “Crawl before you walk, walk before you run!” When it comes to childhood development stages, this phrase is certainly true. Before children learn to […]

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Technology in the classroom

Technology in the Classroom: What Do Teachers Think?

 

  Society is becoming ever more digital and connected. Almost every person interacts with some form of technology throughout the day. Young children are now […]

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The Importance of Motivation: What Is It, Motivation in Learning, and Tips to Promote It

 

  The importance of motivation: motivation is the motor that moves our world. You may often hear about a lack of motivation at school or […]

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concentration problems

Concentration Problems: Symptoms, Causes, and Tips

 

  Problems concentrating isn’t only something that happens to kids- many adults find themselves struggling to concentrate, and we’ve probably all had moments where, no […]

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Critical thinking

Critical Thinking: How to Develop It at Home and at School

 

  What is critical thinking? It’s a way of reasoning and questioning things to help us make better decisions. We’ll explain what critical thinking is […]

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Brain based learning

Brain based learning: What is it and how to apply it at school and at home

 

  What is brain based learning, and why it matters. Brain bases learning is a new perspective in teaching and learning that is based on using technology and knowledge of […]

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Metacognition: Thinking About Thinking Improves Learning

 

  Have you ever analyzed the strategies you use for learning new information? Do you read the information out-loud several times? Or do you explain […]

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Imaginative play

Development of Cognitive Skills; Piaget’s theory.

 

  Crawl before you walk, walk before you run! When it comes to development, this phrase is certainly true. Before children learn to talk and […]

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Brain changes in kids learning math

 

 Brain changes in kids learning math Many kids ask their math teacher why learning a particular mathematical concept or skill is important. When helping kids […]

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 Newborn neurons, even in the adult aging brain, are critical for memory. Newly generated neurons in the adult hippocampus are critical for memory retrieval, according […]

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