Evidence Based Practice in Education.
Teaching Strategies for the Reflective Teacher.
By Paul Stevens-Fulbrook
The classroom has changed a lot since the likes of Vygotsky and Piaget published their work, but the teacher training hasn’t.
We are still, for the most part, teaching new teachers outdated learning theories.
But the tide is changing…
Evidence based teaching practice is gaining momentum around the world, and rightly so.
Today’s teachers should be using strategies based on scientific research not outdated and often disproved learning theories.
“Evidence based Practice in Education” lays out some of the best education research-driven learning theories. It delves into how and why they work and advice on how you can implement them in your classroom.
It guides you through Rosenshine’s Principles of Instruction, Cognitive Load Theory, Metacognition and Dual Coding Theory.
It is a must-read for all educators, from trainee teachers, new teachers and even veteran teachers.
Buy it now and update your teaching.