Monthly Archives: October 2019

What Students Want to Know about Brains and Learning, Part II

High school students have questions. We have (some) answers. Continue reading



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Study Advice for Students: Getting the Specifics Just Right

To get the best benefits from “retrieval practice,” teachers can try this strategy to reassure and motivate nervous students. Continue reading



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What Students Want to Know about Brains and Learning

What do students want to know about brains and learning? Good news: they’ve got insightful questions, and researchers have good answers. Continue reading



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The Best Teaching Method? Depends on the Student…

To know the best teaching approach for our students, we need to ask better questions about their currently level of expertise. Continue reading



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In Defense of Other-Than-Passionate Teaching

You might hear advice that you have to be passionate to succeed as a teacher. While passion might be good, authenticity will be even better. Continue reading



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