How to Find Balance When Too Much Self-Doubt Gets in the Way
A healthy amount of self-doubt -- and knowing how to harness those feelings -- can be used to one's advantage.
What's The Difference Between Children's Books In China And The U.S.?
How much can you tell about a country from its children's books? Some psychology researchers decided to find out.
How Schools Can Help Students Manage and Mitigate Anxiety
By focusing on coping strategies and schoolwide supports, school counselors are helping students manage and mitigate their anxiety.
Students Share The Downside Of Being Labeled 'Gifted'
Many Stanford students were labeled as "gifted" when very young, often leading to special supports and programs. They reflect on what that designation meant for their learning.
How the Google Suite Can Enhance Open-Ended Math Exploration
Math educator Alice Keeler teams up with Stanford math education professor Jo Boaler to look at how open-ended math tasks can be enhanced with technology.