A study that will be published in a forthcoming journal adds to the mounting evidence that self-regulation – or children’s ability to control their behavior and impulses – is directly related to academic performance.
A team of OSU researchers has successfully implemented a classroom-based intervention that reduces the amount of violent TV that kids watch.
It’s a perfect time of year to start healthy habits outdoors! According to assistant professor and Extension faculty Kathy Gunter, the simple act of taking a walk after dinner as a family may help children learn the value of physical activity.
Free online course empowers the medical community to address food security
Shannon Wanless believes self-regulation skills in young children forecast their future success in school. And the data she is gathering in Taiwan bears that out.
Even minor modifications to your home can make it safer and more convenient for children and caregivers and increase the independence of the children with disabilities.