A learning technique that maximizes the brain’s ability to make and store memories may help overcome cognitive issues seen in fragile X syndrome, a leading form of intellectual disability, according to UC Irvine neurobiologists.
Through an innovative new program developed at UC Irvine, the arts and the sciences – which often occupy opposite ends of the grammar school curriculum – are being integrated to help young students better grasp the basics of Earth, life and physical sciences.
Lauds & Laurels staff honoree helps address shortage in math, science educators.
Stickers, gold stars and cash for good grades are counterproductive, says educational psychologist.
Mark Warschauer’s book explores how digital media can transform schools.
They call it “the baby monitor,” but it’s nothing like the ones sold at Babies “R” Us that alert parents when junior’s crying in his crib. Developed by UC Irvine pediatrics professor Dr. Dan Cooper, the sophisticated wireless device can detect subtle movements in infants that signal increased risk of cerebral palsy, autism and other neurological […]
Thad Domina, assistant professor of education, traces the road from high school to college and beyond.
UCI program helps meet nation’s critical need for more – and better – math and science teachers.
UCI researchers produced five picture books combining colorful illustrations and rhyming text with parenting lessons to evaluate whether they’d boost the safety practices and health habits of new mothers.