Highlights


'Supporting Science Centers’ Visitors with Dyslexia and ADHD'

Supporting children who struggle with learning disabilities has always been a necessity, even if it has been overlooked for years. Recently, the awareness of inclusion and equity for all children has risen through different ways; campaigns, conferences, among other means. It has also been included in the 2030 agenda for the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

'Ignoring Distractions Improves Brain Function'

Learning is such an active process of building mental models of the world by observing and exploring. This process includes interaction with phenomena, conversing and engaging with others, and making connections between new ideas and prior understandings.

'Tools and Techniques to Assist Visitors with Vision Impairment in STEM'

It is doubtless that Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) are highly visual subjects, which means that their teaching requires the use of visual techniques. This is the first barrier that hinders people with a visual impairment from pursuing their careers in these fields, regardless of their capabilities.

'The Relation between Math Education and Cognitive Development'

Needless to say, formal education has a long-term impact on an individual’s life in different aspects, whether related to employment, socio-economic status, mental and physical health, or financial stability. A new study suggests that not having any math education after

'Assistive Technology Tools to Prepare Children with Disabilities for STEM Fields'

Creating special programs for children with disabilities and using special technology tools to help them fully absorb the experience are fundamental steps to increase their engagement and abilities in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) fields.