Younger Kids Learn Best from Positive Feedback

February 6, 2009 at 7:33 pm Leave a comment


Keep the praise coming!  This study from the Leiden Brain and Cognition Lab indicates that younger children learn best from positive feedback, while older children can begin to process learning from their mistakes. I’m always fascinated by information on how the brain works and believe understanding more about the brain is useful in help kids.   Our team is always interesting in the latest findings from the research community on best practices for reaching youth.  

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