Monday, October 27, 2014

CSU FDC 10/27/2014 (p.m.)

  • Recent randomized experiments have found that seemingly “small” social-psychological interventions in education—that is, brief exercises that target students’ thoughts, feelings, and beliefs in and about school—can lead to large gains in student achievement and sharply reduce achievement gaps even months and years later.

    Tags: interventions, education

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