Girls start to see themselves as less innately talented than boys do when they are only six years old, a group of US researchers has said.
Imam Sadeq (AS) explained about the holy verses in the Quran about kindness towards father and mother, by saying: Being kind to father and mother means you behave well towards them, and do not let them to be forced to express their needs, and ask you for their needs. Provide for them before they are forced to ask you whatever they need
Schools should use both ability grouping and acceleration to help academically talented students, reports a new study that examined a century of research looking at the controversial subject.
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Our learning abilities depend both on genetics and environment. Most abilities run in families but the complex system of genes affecting these abilities is largely unknown. However, scientists from University of Oxford and King’s College London have shown a link between mathematical and learning abilities of a child. They have discovered that about half the genes that influence how well a child can read also influences their mathematical abilities.
A researcher from The University of Manchester has found that British schoolchildren think their teachers should keep their regional accents, rather than modifying them in ways they consider 'more appropriate' for the classroom.
Imam Hasan al-Askari(A.S.) the eleventh infallible and holy Imam of the Shi’ites in the world was born in the holy city of Madinah on 8th Rabi al-Thani 232 A.H.
Having grown up in one of dozens of municipal government-run houses for low-income households in Hyogo Prefecture, Kansai region of Japan’s main island, Honshu, poverty used to be part of his daily scenery.
Iran’s Council for Islamic Development Coordination in a statement underlined that Islamic unity is a key principle in the Quranic culture.
Social bias, like racism , can be expressed in variety of ways -- even non-verbally. As new research reveals, children not only notice non-verbal signals of social bias by adults, but also generalize the learned bias.
Childhood abuse can create long-lasting scars, damage our perception of the world and set our brains to self-destruct until we are well into our 50s, said experts.
It sounds like a horror film script, but children could soon be playing with their Christmas toys using the power of thought.
All work and no play may dull on-the-job learning at workplaces, according to a team of researchers.
No one who has a relative or friend who has required a care or nursing home bed in recent times can be unaware of the problems now being set out so graphically (‘Overstretched, underfunded. Care of the elderly is in crisis’, Special Report).
Abdullah was the favorite son of Abdul Muttalib. When he was seventeen years old, he was married to Amina, a high-born lady of Yathrib, a city in the north of Mecca. He was not, however, destined to live long, and died only seven months after his marriage.
When, at the end of the Second World War, UNESCO was created in the wake of the International Commission of Intellectual Cooperation, it was based on the conviction that intellectual and moral solidarity of mankind, and the respect for justice and human rights are essential to build lasting peace.