4 Laws of Learning (and How to Follow Them)
In a teaching tailspin? These four research-based principles of instruction will help you focus on what really moves the needle.
Backward Design: The Basics
Are we planning with clear, measurable, meaningful learning goals to guide us, or are we just keeping students busy?
How to Spot Dyslexia, and What to Do Next
Learn the traits that might indicate dyslexia in students and what you can do inside and outside the classroom to better support these students.
Four Research-Based Strategies Every Teacher Should be Using
Learn the simple, quick strategies cognitive scientists say can boost student learning in any classroom.
Is That Higher-Order Task Really Higher Order?
Ask any group of teachers if their goal is to simply have students regurgitate facts, and every one of them will say no. Despite that, it keeps happening.
To Boost Learning, Just Add Movement
Physical movement makes learning stick better. Explore six different ways to add more movement to your classroom.
Note-taking: A Research Roundup
A summary of 8 best practices in note-taking, straight from the research.
Moving from Feedback to Feedforward
Instead of rating and judging a person’s performance in the past, feedforward focuses on their development in the future.