An old classroom game designed to raise alertness is enjoying new popularity among educators as a way to foster and measure self control in children.
Experts in New Zealand are singing the praises of cultivating self-control in young children, thanks to new research findings.
In a refreshing change from research that looks for excuses for
everyday vices in people’s genes or family background, a study from the
Kellogg School of Management looks at things like temptation, willpower
and humility (yes, really) in impulsive and addictive behaviour.