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Tuesday, 30th September 2008

'Doing What Works' Website Adds New Guidance on Effective Teaching

'Doing What Works' Website Adds New Guidance on Effective Teaching

What is "spacing" learning and how does it benefit teachers and students? Do students learn more when solved problems are alternated with problems to be solved? And how do "higher order" questions enhance student learning and help students articulate their answers?

Visitors to the U.S. Department of Education's "Doing What Works" Web site can find out the answers to these questions and much more. Just click on http://dww.ed.gov, and enjoy an engaging and interactive experience with Psychology of Learning: How to Organize Your Teaching, the latest addition to the site, which will empower educators and administrators with research-based strategies to help instructors organize their teaching and improve student learning.

Source: U.S. Department of Education


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