Never judge a book (a research article) by its cover (its title).
How does retrieval practice affect student’s perceived test anxiety?
How does stress impact the recall of information encoded via retrieval practice?
A great conversation with my students to discuss proper classroom and study habits.
How we solve a problem can show our level of understanding.
When given the choice, do students choose effective study habits?
How should element interactivity affect instruction?
Writing A Better Multiple-Choice Question: What Does Research Indicate?
Teachers should be critical of statistics they see on social media.
What people and readings have most changed my classroom?
How important are relationships on learning? Depends on what you mean by relationship.
This article discusses the basics of cognitive load theory and how I apply this theory in my classroom.
This article discusses the myth of the learning pyramid; providing anecdotes and research to dispel the myth.
Post 3 – Reading the Research The first two posts in this series introduce its purpose and address where to
Post 2 – Finding the Research As I stated in Post 1, the purpose of this series is to empower
Post 1 – Introduction This is the introduction to a compendium meant to empower the classroom teacher to take control
*The following article originally posted on the American Psychological Association’s Psych Learning Curve website on July 17, 2017: http://psychlearningcurve.org/learning-myths-vs-learning-facts/ Unless
By Blake Harvard Blake Harvard is a high school AP Psychology teacher at James Clemens High School in Madison, AL.