How does prior knowledge impact the learning of domain specific information?
A Better Retrieval Practice?
There’s Been A Misunderstanding
Student Choice, Intuition, and Poor Study Habits
Who Knows Who Knows Best
Writing A Better Multiple-Choice Question: What Does Research Indicate?
On Responsible Social Media Use
Opposing the Herd in Edchats
Out of Cite, Out of Mind
Teachers as Critical Consumers of PD
Relationships and Learning: Clarification on a Popular Quote
A Review of Optimizing Learning in College: Tips from Cognitive Psychology
Taking Control of Your Professional Development with Research – Post 2
Post 2 - Finding the Research As I stated in Post 1, the purpose of this series is to empower educators to take control of their professional development with research. Often times, the prescribed whole-school PD doesn’t meet the needs of all classes and students. I believe teachers should invest in seeking out your own... Continue Reading →
Taking Control of Your Professional Development with Research
Post 1 - Introduction This is the introduction to a compendium meant to empower the classroom teacher to take control of their professional development through research. So often, a teachers only experience with professional development is the prescribed whole-school PD that takes place perhaps once a month or through a school-wide book club. While these... Continue Reading →