Do you remember that one classmate in elementary school who was often off-task, restless, and clowning around? What did the teacher do about it? In this blog post, I use recent reviews to discuss what science suggests to be effective for managing children with symptoms of ADHD in the classroom.
Common sense psychology predicts that people with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) run more risks, because they are more impulsive than people without ADHD. We systematically reviewed the scientific literature and discovered that this presumption may not be true.
In his Mindwise blog post, Richard Morey argues that learning APA style is a waste of time, because computers can take over the formatting of documents. I disagree with this from an educational perspective, and in this post I explain to you why.