I’ve previously written about Dan Ariely’s concept, “The IKEA Effect” – basically, we are more invested in something if we feel we contributed to creating it. You can read those posts here: Quote Of...Read More
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Evidence In Brief just shared a new study that found student self-assessment to be an effective...Read More
As regular readers know, an online book chat about our new book has been happening…. It’s still got a few weeks to go, but I thought I’d share a few highlights from Twitter so far: #Ellchat_BkClub My biggest...Read More
Another day, another mid-year “Best” list (you can find all 1,700 Best lists here). You might also be interested in: The Best Videos For Educators In 2016 – Part Two The Best Videos For Educators In 2016 – So Far The Best...Read More
Regular readers know I’m very interested in the concept of student motivation (and have even written three books on it – with a fourth on the way – see Best Posts On “Motivating” Students). Dan Ariely is a Duke...Read More
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