Pedagogy / Education science

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - Jul 2
Families of autistic children have been greatly impacted by lockdown reveals a study by UCL, the University of East London and the University of Bedfordshire. It found that despite the relaxed legislation on lockdown measures for autistic people brought into effect in April, 86% of those surveyed still felt that the needs of autistic people and their families were not adequately planned for or addressed by officials during the pandemic.
Pedagogy - Jun 30
Pedagogy

Children whose fathers make time to play with them from a very young age may find it easier to control their behaviour and emotions as they grow up, research suggests.

Pedagogy - Health - Jun 16

Parents/carers of children aged 4-10 years of age reported that over a one-month period in lockdown, they saw increases in their child's emotional difficulties, such as feeling unhappy, worried, being clingy and experiencing physical symptoms associated with worry, according to early results from the Co-SPACE study, asking parents and carers about their children's mental health through the COVID-19 crisis.

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - Jun 8

Half of UK parents do not feel comfortable about their children attending school following lockdown, according to early results from a new study asking parents and carers about their children's mental health through the COVID-19 crisis.

Pedagogy - Social Sciences - Jun 19

Government and employers must take stock to ensure mothers' long-term employment prospects are not disproportionately impacted by lockdown

Pedagogy - Jun 15

Children locked down at home in the UK spend an average of 2.5 hours each day doing schoolwork, new research by UCL Institute of Education (IOE) suggests. This figure is about half that suggested by a previous survey, implying that learning losses are much greater than previously thought.

Social Sciences - Pedagogy - Jun 3

Half of UK parents do not feel comfortable about their children attending school following lockdown, according to early results from a new study asking parents and carers about their children's mental health through the COVID-19 crisis.


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