Change agents: Professional development for adult educators

How can the professional development of staff be used to bring about lasting change in adult and continuing education (A&CE)? That’s the question behind new research from Canada led by […]

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Your favourite articles of the year: #BehindTheResearch2022

Welcome to #BehindTheResearch2022! We’re showcasing researchers whose articles have made a significant impact in a curation of Research Outreach’s top-trending articles of the year! Read on to find out which […]

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Misunderstanding translanguaging in preschoolers

Preschool children have a remarkable ability to embrace and express the dimensions of different languages beyond their socially and politically defined boundaries – this is called translanguaging. It’s especially encouraging […]

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Binarism grammatical lacuna: The impacts of grammar on non-binary people

Social injustices associated with gender are becoming more disruptive and attracting particular attention. In her new paper, Carla Carmona from the University of Seville in Spain looks at the relationship […]

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World Science Day for Peace and Development 2022: Join in #ScienceDay

It’s World Science Day for Peace and Development! Celebrated every 10th of November, #ScienceDay highlights the importance of science for the world – both for protecting our fragile planet, and […]

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Research Outreach – Issue 132: Police deception, machine learning, and psychedelic therapy

Research Outreach Issue 132 includes a number of articles, such as a study of a natural resin as a powerful pesticide, how phytoplankton impacted biodiversity, and how implementing solvent-based recycling […]

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How can mathematics research increase effective instruction and student success?

Elementary and middle school students in the US are underachieving in mathematics. Those without adequate understanding of basic mathematical concepts and skills after completing kindergarten go on to struggle throughout […]

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START – addressing underrepresentation in STEM careers

When US neuroscientist Dr Luke H Bradley at the University of Kentucky helped design a STEM education programme for underrepresented students, his bold approach of interdisciplinary collaborations, near-peer mentoring, and […]

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When children’s storytelling says so much more

We take for granted that our children tell stories. But what if they can’t? Oral storytelling is a bridge to literacy, yet many children do not develop this skill naturally. […]

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