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My Best Posts On New Research Studies In 2015 – So Far

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I write many posts about recent research studies and how they can relate practically to the classroom. In fact, I post a regular feature called Research Studies of the Week. In addition, I write individual posts about studies I feel are particularly relevant to my work as a teacher.

This is the latest in my continue series of mid-year “Best” lists.

You can see all my 1,400 “Best” lists here.

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My Best Posts On New Research Studies In 2014 – Part Two

My Best Posts On New Research Studies In 2014 – So Far

My Best Posts On New Research Studies In 2013 – Part Two

My Best Posts On New Research Studies In 2013 — So Far

My Best Posts On New Research Studies In 2012 — So Far

My Best Posts On New Research Studies In 2011

Hare are My Best Posts On New Research Studies In 2015 – So Far:

If You Haven’t Read It Already, “The Teaching & Learning Toolkit” Should Probably Be On Your Summer Reading List

Quote Of The Day: “Do” Is Better Than “Don’t”

Study Finds That Rewards For School Attendance Make Things Worse

Measurement Matters….Maybe Not So Much

The Limits To The Power Of A Growth Mindset (& The Dangers When We Don’t Recognize Them)

Nothing New In New “Top 20 Principles from Psychology for Teaching,” But Still Very Useful

New Study Shows That Teaching About “Growth Mindset” Works At Large Scale – Or Does It?

Three Useful Growth Mindset Resources

What Are The School Implications Of New Chetty Study On Geographical Mobility?

Useful Tweets On Ed Research From #rEDNY

This Looks Like A Pretty Important Stanford Report On Social Emotional Learning

Deliberate Practice Redux

Quote Of The Day: “Poorer children ‘have smaller brains’, researchers say”

Quote Of The Day: “A scientific look at the art of teacher talk”

Quote Of The Day: “Asking Advice Makes a Good Impression” & Its Connection To The Classroom

Quote Of The Day: The Importance Of Displaying Student Work

Quote Of The Day: “Zero-tolerance school drug policies only make drug use worse”

Quote Of The Day: The Need For More Teachers Of Color

Quote Of The Day: Active Learning Equals More Student Motivation

Yet Another Study Finds Constructivism Tends To Work Better Than Direct Instruction

Statistic Of The Day: Teachers Need To Feel Like They Are Learning, Too

Great Summary Of Research On Developing Creativity

Important New Study: No Child Left Behind Hurts Long-Term Student Success

Excellent Review Of Writing Instruction Research

Second Quote Of The Day: Learning A Second Language “Increases The Size Of Your Brain”

Quote Of The Day: Research Supports Independent Reading

No Surprise In This Study: Language Learners Retain Vocabulary Better When Connected To Gestures & Images

Statistic Of The Day: New Study Finds That Money Matters For Schools

Study Finds That Bilingualism Supports A Growth Mindset

No, The “Cone Of Experience” Is Not “Research-Based” & Yes, Some People Debunking It Have Way Too Much Time On Their Hands

Statistic Of The Day: New Scholastic Study On Reading

New Study Finds Value In Social Emotional Learning

Study Suggests It’s Time To Put Up Pictures Of Mountains On My Classroom Wall

The Best Research On Why Some Students Ask For More Or Less Help Than Others

Quote Of The Day: Fast Food Bad For Student Brains

Study: Conscientiousness + Curiosity = Academic Success

“Should students discover their own math lessons?”

“Grit” Runs Amok In The New York Times

Author: Larry Ferlazzo

I'm a high school teacher in Sacramento, CA.

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