“There are many theories the best ways to learn new information or a new skillset. But at least some of these theories aren’t as well supported by research as you might think.” via 3 Common Learning Myths Debunked | Inc.com.
Here’s the collection of books drawn from all keynotes during #elsnz13. A pretty good place to start for leadership and school transformation. Goodreads | Mosborne01s bookshelf: emerging-leaders-summit-2013 showing 1-14 of 14 sorted by: date added.
This report examines thousands of studies of education and calls out those practices that demonstrate the largest effects on student achievement. It goes beyond identifying “what works” to identify what matters most—those influences and approaches that stand clearly above the rest—and distills these influences into five “high-leverage,” “high payoff” areas for improving students’ chances for life success. via Changing the Odds: What Matters Most for Student Achievement.