Archive | July, 2011

Self-regulation may improve children’s math, literacy abilities

A recent study by researchers at various universities shows that young children who play a game called the Head-Toes-Knees-Shoulders task tend to perform better in both literacy and mathematics. The researchers said this activity is similar to Simon Says and demands that students use their self-regulation skills, which includes the ability to pay attention, follow […]

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Technology can be used to jumpstart a career

  In the era of technology, there are many ways for people to look for jobs. For example, ClickZ, a marketing news website, recommends that individuals use the social networking site LinkedIn to land their next position. Once users create a LinkedIn account, they can click the tab titled "jobs" on the top of the […]

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Interactive Testing