sciencegeekgirl » The burden of proof: What does education research really tell us?
Looking at the resistance to change in education even when research supports certain strategies (like active learning). Educators resist using new teaching methods when they don’t feel the research matches up with their personal experience. Education research isn’t the same as pure scientific research in a lab where everything can be controlled, but if there is some repeatability in multiple contexts, isn’t that educational research onto something?
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