Time for my third mid-year “Best” list this year.
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Here are my choices for My Best Posts On New Research Studies In 2017 – So Far:
Big Meta-Analysis Says Four Teaching Strategies Are Most Effective For Low-Income Students
Statistic Of The Day: School Bullying Reduced
The Best Resources For Learning About The Value Of “Self-Explanation”
New Research Suggests That “Community Trust” Enhances Self-Control & Long-Term Thinking
New Study Finds That Threats & Using Guilt Tend Not To Produce Student Engagement – Duh!
Here’s a simple way to boost your learning from videos: “Prequestion” is from BPS Digest. Daniel Willingham writes about the same study. I’m adding both links to The Best Popular Movies/TV Shows For ESL/EFL, where you’ll find other resources related to effective student video viewing.
The Best Resources Explaining Why We Need To Support The Home Language Of ELLs
Quote Of The Day: Bilingual Is Better!
Another Study Highlights Importance Of Teacher Diversity
The Best Articles, Posts & Videos On John Hattie’s Research
“Unpaywall” Is New Tool For Accessing Research Papers For Free
Another Unsurprising Research Result: Students Less Likely To Drop-Out If Teachers Encourage Them To Continue
The Best Resources For Learning About The Issue Of “Learning Styles”
New Report Connecting SEL To Standards Should Be On “Must-Read” List For Most Educators
Video: “This is what happens to your brain when you stop exercising”
What ‘Scarcity’ Does To The Mind & Why Social Emotional Learning Isn’t Enough
Quote Of The Day: Reflection Is Important
Teaching Critical Thinking In History Reduces Belief In Pseudoscience
New Study: The Milgram Experiment Is Replicated
How P.A. Announcements Affect Student Learning
The Best Resources For Learning About Teacher Action Research – Help Me Find More
New Study On Reading Takes Right Idea & Messes It Up
Study Finds That It’s True: Good Teaching Conditions For Educators Equals Good Learning Conditions For Students
New Study Reaffirms What Teachers Know: Relationships Matter
You’ll Want To Read This Interview With Education Researcher Kirabo Jackson
Another Depressing Statistic On Wealth Inequality
No Surprise: Study Finds That If Teachers Show Bias, Then Students Don’t Trust Them Or School
Finally, Developing Leadership Is Recognized as Improving Educational Outcomes! is from Ed Week. I’m adding it to The Best Posts, Articles & Videos On “Teacher Leadership” — Contribute More!
New Study Connects Growth Mindset & “Bouncing Back” From Mistakes
Yet Another Study Finds Advantages To Being Bilingual
Study Finds Lecturing Not Best Way To Teach – Shocking (NOT!)
Surprise – NOT! Study Finds That Money Matters To Education
Quote Of The Day: Studying & Listening To Music Don’t Mix
New Study Finds Connection Between Empathy & Self-Control
Big New – & Useful – Federal Report Out Today On Helping Students Develop Self-Regulation Skills
Statistic Of The Day: Less Physical Activity For Boys Equals Less Academic Achievement
Statistic Of The Day: This One Should Make Everyone Learning A New Language Happy
“Practitioners’ Instincts, Observations” Have Important Role In Research
Mathematica Releases “Must-Have” Guide For Any Educator Trying To Interpret Research
New Study Finds That PD, Collaboration, Safety, Expectations Important For Schools – What A Surprise!
The Elephant In The Room In The Talent vs. Practice Debate
Round Two: How Much “Content” Knowledge Do You Really Need To Be An Effective Teacher?
A Decent Post About The Value Of Guided/Assisted Discovery Learning – Too Bad It Uses The Wrong Comparison