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Study shows empathy can be taught to children

It can also boost creativity

A study’s found children can be taught empathy at school.

It could also help boost their creativity.

In a design and technology exercise, teenagers were set the task of making an asthma help pack while a different set of students followed curriculum-prescribed classes instead.

Results showed the creativity scores of those who took part in the task were 78% higher than those who didn’t.