How can preschool teachers curb disruptive behavior before it hinders learning? A new UVA study evaluates the effectiveness of data-driven video consultation on teaching strategies.
Psychology professor Angeline Lillard talks about her research into the gains preschoolers make in the historic curriculum.
Young children who display disruptive behavior reduce those behaviors when their teacher spends extra time playing individually with them, according to a new UVA study published in the journal Child Development.
According to a new study by UVA and other institutions, children receiving formal, classroom-based preschool receive significantly higher-quality care and have better reading and math skills than peers who receive informal child care before kindergarten.