Students shouldn't feel the need to apologize for learning.
Having honest conversations and providing honest assessments are integral in an effective classroom.
Ask A Researcher #6 - Dr. Regan Gurung Get to know the work of Dr. Regan Gurung and close the gap between researcher and teacher.
Can this strategy for answering multiple-choice questions improve retention of both correct and incorrect responses?
Can multiple-choice questions provide opportunities for learning superior to questions requiring recall of information?
There's evidence to support the use of diminishing cues retrieval practice in place of standard retrieval practice.
Where should teachers looking to get into the cognitive sciences start? What resources to read? Who to follow?
These five articles should be required reading for any teachers who want to improve learning in their classroom.
How Learning Happens analyzes 28 giants of education research and discusses lessons for the classroom.
I assign zeros in my class. While this may be controversial, I believe the grade is sometimes deserved.
I was recently asked this question: What advice would you give to a young adult student who can't tell whether she knows the material?
This profession can be overwhelming. What have I learned in 14 years of teaching that have decreased stress/anxiety and helped me enjoy teaching so much more?
I was recently given the perfect chance to show my students how powerful spacing practice can be on retrieval of material.
A recent article took a look at an intervention attempting to curtail the proliferation of neuromyths among teachers.
I've been stuck, lately...unable to really write anything. This is me trying to get the frustration off my chest.
There's a difference between the negative and the critical person...and that's important on Edutwitter.