One medium that could provide learning support for students with special needs in the near future is the use of augmented reality (AR) in education.
As students return to schools shuttered by the coronavirus pandemic, many large school districts are not prepared to meet the needs of students with disabilities.
There is good reason to fear that this spring’s school closures hurt students’ academic progress. But how much learning, exactly, did students lose?
The human brain may need regular breaks when learning to help it refresh its “working memory” capacity.
The growth mindset of intelligence intervention encourages students to grow their intelligence through dedicated effort: seeking challenges, trying new strategies, and asking for help when they are stuck.