Friday, November 13, 2015
Use What Works
I'm always interested in the latest brain research since it connects immediately with my work in the classroom. As part of a class I'm taking, I recently encountered the magazine Better: Evidence-Based Education. With articles on a broad range of topics in education, the experts at Johns Hopkins and the University of York steer educators toward the latest research and its implications for the classroom. If you are looking for easy-to-digest, this is it. These articles claim to "explain, in plain English, the state of evidence behind informed practice in education." Browse the site for subscription-free samples.