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My Best Posts On New Research Studies In 2017 – Part Two

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Time for another end-of-year “Best” list.

I’m adding this post to All 2017 “Best” Lists – In One Place!

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Here are my choices for My Best Posts On New Research Studies In 2017 – Part Two:

I Knew Encouraging Oral Reading Fluency Was Important, But I Didn’t Realize It Was This Important….

Study Questions Whether Standardized Tests Assess Learning Or Engagement

New Study Finds Advantages To Reading Print On Paper Over Reading On A Screen

Harvard Business Review Publishes Yet Another Excellent Guide To Classroom Management

New Study Contradicts Past Ones – Music Does Not Appear To Hurt Studying

Research in 100 words are great summaries of…research from CHRIS MOYSE.

Useful Recommendations For Reducing Drop-Out Rates

New Study Suggests That Motivation & Growth Mindset Are Most Important Factors For Student Success

Study: Teachers Have Fewer Good Relationships With “immigrants and adolescents of color”

Study: Ninth-Grade ‘Grades’ Predict Graduation & College Attendance

Another Study Finds That Learning By Doing Works….

Study Finds Adding More Periods Of Instruction That Didn’t Work In First Place Doesn’t Help High School Readers

Yet Another Study Documents The Long-Term Harm Of Short-Term Extrinsic Motivation

New Studies Find Calling Children “Smart” Makes Them More Likely To Cheat

Statistic Of The Day: Yes, We Teachers Buy A Lot Of Food For Our Students To Eat

New Study Finds VAM Is Biased Against Teachers Of “At Risk” Students

Good Advice On Talking About Our Colleagues & Our Students

Extrinsic Motivation Strikes Out Again

New Study Finds That People Like You More If You Ask Questions

The Best Resources On Developing A Sense Of Community In The Classroom

Bingo! There Are Issues With This Study On Grit & ELLs, But I Am Sure Going To Use It With My Students

Focusing On The Impact Classroom Disruptions Have On Others, Not On The Students Doing The Disrupting

Study Finds That Social Emotional Learning Has Long-Lasting Effects

New Study Finds Students Less Motivated In School The More They Think Wealth & Income Inequality Is Stacked Against Them

New Study Finds That Punishment May Encourage The Behavior Being Targeted

Change “Employees” To “Students” & This Article Has Good Research & Advice On Building Trust

Study’s Conclusion Is Not As Useless As It Sounds: Low-Income Adolescents Are Less Likely To Attend College

New Study On Cellphones Helpful To Teachers Everywhere

Using The “Curiosity Gap” To Enhance Student Motivation

Good Reminder About How To Give Constructive Feedback

Study Suggests That Simple Writing Exercise Gets Big Results

This Is Interesting: Hattie Says Jigsaw Strategy Hits a Homerun

Intriguing Research On How To Increase Intrinsic Motivation

NY Times Publishes Best Summary Of Why Social Emotional Learning Isn’t Enough….

New National Academies Of Science Report Identifies Three Qualities Key To Student Success

Useful New Study On Resilience & “At Risk Students”

Two Important Reports On Education Released Today

No Surprise: Study Finds Immigrant Students Have Trouble Concentrating When Laws Are Passed Attacking Them

The Best Resources For Learning About Cognitive Bias

 

 

Author: Larry Ferlazzo

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

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