Tag Archives: Stephen Rushton

Neuroscience, ECE and play

In a Guest Editorial to the Early Childhood Education Journal, Stephen Rushton “examines neuroscience and its impact on the field of education. [He] intertwines research with basic principles of learning…. The four principles are: (1) the brain is uniquely organized; (2) … Continue reading

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On pushing children along

“You can’t make children grow faster by pushing them, just as you can’t make flowers grow faster by pulling them.” ~ Otto Weininger quoted, p.90 Stephen Rushton (2011) Neuroscience, Early Childhood Education and Play: We are Doing it Right! Early … Continue reading

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