There is no gender disparity in how children learn and perform math tasks.
Using visual imagery can help people to develop new interests. When girls visualize activities from a first-person perspective, positive memories associated with participating in that activity return. Researchers say, if applied to scientific activities, visualization could help females to develop a vested interest in STEM subjects.
Researchers look into how racially stereotypical appearances and prejudice affect outcomes for students in STEM fields.
Research from Johns Hopkins University provides more evidence that learning with arts-integrated instruction was as good and sometimes better than conventional instruction.
A new study reports males are more likely to attribute anxiety amongst women in STEM classes to being ill prepared for study, while women attribute anxiety to external factors, including gender bias and negative stereotyping.
According to a new study, your gender and whether you work in a STEM job could be a predictor of how many autistic traits you have.