Monthly Archives:March 2020

Pure Inquiry, Guided Inquiry, and PISA

A recent study looking at PISA data gives a fresh perspective on the Inquiry Learning debate.Continue reading



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The Neuroscience of Retrieval Practice

We know THAT retrieval practice helps students learn. It would be really cool to know what difference it makes in the brain. Well, we’re starting to learn…Continue reading



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Good Morning, I love You: Mindfulness and Self-Compassion Practice to Rewire Your Brain for Calm, Clarity, and Joy by Shauna Shapiro

Shauna Shapiro, expert in mindfulness and compassion, recently authored Good Morning, I love You: Mindfulness and Self-Compassion Practice to Rewire Your Brain for Calm, Clarity, and Joy. In this book she draws on both scientific evidence and ancient wisdom to



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Beyond “Tricks-n-Tips”: What does Cog Sci Tell Us About Online Learning?

当涉及在线学习时,不要只是“做这件事”。相反,“这样思考。”Continue reading



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Beyond the Mouse: Pointing in Online Learning [Repost]

As teachers across the country prepare to move our work online, I’ve been looking over previous posts that might offer practical guidance. This post — from July of last year — asks a simple question: in online teaching, does pointing matter? Happily,



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老师对认知科学有什么正确的看法?

A new report from Deans for Impact offers us valuable insight into teachers’ understanding — and misunderstanding — of cognitive science.Continue reading



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Overcoming Potential Perils of Online Learning [Repost]

In June of 2019, I wrote about Dr. Rachael Blasiman’s research into the effect of typical distractions on online learning. Given the current health climate, I thought her work might be especially helpful right now. The key take-aways here: First: (unsurprisingly) distractions



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Does Teaching HANDWRITING Help Students READ?

Should schools teach handwriting? Do handwriting lessons help students read? Research from Australia offers useful insights.Continue reading



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The Big Six: A Grand Summary

You’d like a handy summary of cognitive science principles relevant to teaching? Read on…Continue reading



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Cold Calling and Bad Pizza

Teachers get contradictory advice about “cold calling.” Well designed research might offer us clear guidance.Continue reading



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