SHEU has provided a literature search resource about young people, sleep problems and school management. Resource link
The latest issue of the journal Education and Health (E&H) contains an eclectic mix of articles.
There are several looking at young people's lack of sleep and school management including an overview of the later start times movement in the US and Australian school-based work. There is also the SHEU Literature Search resource.
Education and Health is an open access journal - LATEST ISSUE
Dr Katja Joronen's article, published in the latest issue of Education and Health, reports on the effect of a school-based drama programme on the social and emotional wellbeing of primary school children in Finland. To read the article, follow this link.
Paula Booth's article, published in the latest issue of Education and Health, addresses a gap in the literature on the effects of water supplementation on visual attention and motor performance in schoolchildren. To read the article, follow this link.
Tal-Chen Rabinowitch's article, published in the latest issue of Education and Health, presents an approach to strengthening empathy through recurring sessions of musical group interaction. To read the article, follow this link.
Professor Mark D. Griffiths' article, published in the latest issue of Education and Health, provides an overview of research into children and adolescents' access to online gambling activities using digital devices. To read the article, follow this link.
Since 1983 SHEU have published the quarterly journal Education and Health.
E&H is now available as an open access online journal.
Not only can you view the journal for free, you can also read all the past issues.
The journal regularly attracts contributions from around the world and we welcome new contributors.
Articles can be up to 3000 words.
Forthcoming and recent titles include:
Since 2002, over 210,000 12-15 year olds have told SHEU about their attitudes to lessons.
Do you think 15%, 25% or 35% of pupils report enjoying ‘most’ school lessons?
To find out, click here
This free service first developed in January 2006 and grew from SHEU's health and wellbeing research work with children and young people.
Now, each month, SHEU provide links to research abstracts and complete articles about 5-11, 11-16 and 16+ year olds.
For example :
Evaluation of a 5-year School-based County-wide Smoking Education Programme.
... and ...
Childhood aerobic fitness predicts cognitive performance one year later.
For the current research follow this link
"Many teenagers do not believe they are getting enough sleep to remain alert at school and stay healthy, research suggests. It reveals girls are more concerned about their sleeping habits than boys, and that youngsters are more likely to say they are not getting enough as they get older."