EasyPeasy, a digital programme that sends game ideas and tips on child development to parents, has been found to improve important skills in the early years
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An app that sends game ideas and tips on child development to mums and dads has been found to improve children’s concentration and their willingness to complete difficult tasks, according to the results of a randomised controlled trial carried out by the University of Oxford’s Department of Education and published by the Sutton Trust today.
Jen Lexmond reflects on the success of the EasyPeasy app in improving parental engagement.
Nicola Doherty, head of research at EasyPeasy, explains how the edtech startup is working to boost social mobility.
As part of the Parental Engagement Fund project, Fiona Jelley and Prof Kathy Sylva present findings from an efficacy trial on parent engagement using the EasyPeasy parenting app in Newham.
Findings from an efficacy trial on parent engagement and school readiness skills