The research is showing that learning to play an instrument or sing leads to changes in the brain that promote cognitive growth
Meanwhile, schoolteachers noticed that children's artistic expression reflected developmental, emotional and cognitive growth
Correctional counseling; a cognitive growth
perspective, 2d ed.
Our programmes are designed to create experiences that harness a child's natural curiosity and enable physical, social and cognitive growth
The emphasis on accountability in measuring students' "learning outcomes" has been natural for private colleges to embrace because the widely used measures of graduation rates and cognitive growth
indicate that these colleges do better than public four-year colleges--and that is true when comparing all students with similar records of achievement at the time of high school graduation.
Most cognitive growth
in adults involves learning new facts, skills and ways of doing things.
The decision to do something differently, not necessarily because the current system doesn't work, but because you seek to improve it or extend your wings beyond invisible boundaries, results in cognitive growth
and development which has numerous health benefits, changes the way we see the world and can enhance the lives entire populations.
Consequently, it negatively impacts the GDP, reducing physical and cognitive growth
and productivity of individuals.