The researchED Guide to Education Myths

The researchED Guide to Education Myths : An evidence-informed guide for teachers

researchED is an educator-led organisation with the goal of bridging the gap between research and practice. This accessible and punchy series, overseen by founder Tom Bennett, tackles the most important topics in education, with a range of experienced contributors exploring the latest evidence and research and how it can apply in a variety of classroom settings.In this edition, Craig Barton busts the most damaging myths in education, editing contributions from writers including: Doug Lemov; Bob and Elizabeth Bjork; Mark Enser; and Claire Sealy.

  • Format: Paperback | 100 pages
  • Dimensions: 148 x 210 x 7.62mm | 250g
  • Publication date: 15 Oct 2019
  • Publisher: John Catt Educational Ltd
  • Publication City/Country: Suffolk, United Kingdom
  • Language: English
  • ISBN10: 1912906392
  • ISBN13: 9781912906390
  • Bestsellers rank: 213,758

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