APL Featured in APA’s Monitor on Psychology

APL Featured in APA’s Monitor on Psychology

Researchers, practitioners, and policymakers are looking at science-backed innovations within the education system that aim to increase the well-being of students and educators inside and outside the classroom. Enhancing the use of individualized skills for students,...
Dr. Hirsh-Pasek Featured on WHYY’S Studio 2

Dr. Hirsh-Pasek Featured on WHYY’S Studio 2

Young children are exposed to new technology from an early age. Staying current in a society run by technology is increasingly important, especially in schools. Kathy Hirsh-Pasek, professor of Psychology and Neuroscience at Temple University, tuned into...
SMU to help study new ways of teaching

SMU to help study new ways of teaching

SMU’s Center on Research and Evaluation (CORE) will take part in a five-year study examining how elementary school classrooms can become more playful. The study will focus on under-resourced schools around the country, including in Dallas. Why it matters: The...