Category Archives: Education Research

Teacher Proof: Why Educational Research doesn’t always mean what it claims, and what you can do.

It’s been a long time coming. Since I started teaching, I knew there was something suspicious about what I was being told worked in classrooms, and what actually happened. It started in teacher training, as well-meaning lecturers and reading lists … Continue reading

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Storify: Make science tell a story

Elsewhere I have written about the potential power of narrative to help students understand and remember complex subject matter (Willingham, 2004 ; 2009). Now a new study ( Arya & Maul, 2012 )… Continued in Storify: Make science tell a … Continue reading

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An Earnest Post on Correlation

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