The AI detectors got it wrong more than half the time when evaluating writing from non-Native English-speaking students, recent research found.
Past research has noted a print advantage in reading. Researchers wondered whether that would still be the case when comparing print to handheld devices. It was.
Daniel T. Willingham shares study hacks for teachers and students from his new book “Outsmart Your Brain: Why Learning is Hard and How You Can Make it Easy”
Educators shared research-backed strategies for promoting student learning based upon cognitive science.
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The influence principals have on student grades, whether positive or negative, might be overrated, suggests new research.
Four-day school weeks are increasingly being offered as a way to recruit teachers, but the research is mixed on the advantages and disadvantages of the schedule.
The quick-fix solutions promised by silver bullet interventions can distract from the more localized and complicated solutions schools really need, say experts.
For a new study, researchers looked at 26 previous studies and a total of 25,090 students and found that differences in reading comprehension could explain 8.4 percent of the variation seen in college grades.
New research finds that Black, Latino, and Asian-American students in New York City were about 3 percent less likely to be suspended if their teachers shared their racial or ethnic background.
As the metaverse draws increasing attention, a team of leading researchers has put together an evidence-based guide for educators
Growth mindset works for specific students in specific instances but educators should be careful when implementing it, says David S. Yeager of the University of Texas at Austin.