Johns Hopkins study finds that insider research shows 70 percent more benefits to students than independent research
The author of the popular concept says it was never intended as a way to raise grades
Psychologists are exploring how traditional disciplinary tactics fall short and why community-minded alternatives are worth exploring
Scientists are discovering that curious learners from low-income households perform as well as affluent students
Teachers are experimenting with video feedback as a replacement for traditional written mark-ups
Kids do better when teachers know them well
Long an educational rite of passage, the events are being revamped to make them more effective — and equitable — learning opportunities
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A new neuroscience study finds that back-and-forth conversation is related to brain activity and verbal aptitude
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