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  • What can we Learn from Walter Mischel's Marshmallow Study
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    What can we Learn from Walter Mischel's Marshmallow Study

    In the 1960s, Walter Mischel and his colleagues at Stanford conducted The Marshmallow Study, a series of delayed-gratification experiments with young children.  It is one of the most memorable experiments in the history of psychology and social science research.

    In the original test, which was administered at the Bing Nursery School, at Stanford, in the nineteen-sixties, Mischel’s team would present a child with a marshmallow.

  • Honey & Mumford - Quiz

    Honey & Mumford - Quiz

    Has life become too stressful in the salon? Possibly looking for a career change?

    The Level 3 Award in Education and Training course allows you to teach any specialised subject area that you are experienced in. Upon its conclusion you will be qualified to train others unsupervised, and may be able to apply for teaching positions within hairdressing academies and colleges.

  • The Student Support Team

    The Student Support Team

    Schools today have students with complex needs and are required to make sure that student is getting all the support they need. They focus on learning difficulties in classroom and work towards solving them. This includes quality education and support that ensures students are able to succeed academically. Schools must make sure that there are enough support resources to cater for the needs of students. This is where The Student Support team comes in.