A researcher examined the effects of an iPad-based intervention, as compared to a traditional paper-pencil approach, on 2nd graders' achievement and engagement in mathematics.
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White teachers are more likely to doubt educational prospects of black students, according to a new study.
March 18, 2016
Focusing the responsibility for learning on students can be more effective than traditional lectures in improving student achievement in STEM courses, especially for underrepresented minority students, according to a new study.
November 12, 2015
For students, waiting on the results of a test isn't always easy, but sometimes it can be emotionally rewarding.
September 28, 2015
The initial results from the 2015 poll focused on public perceptions of testing and the Common Core State Standards.
August 27, 2015
A voluntary survey finds that younger grades have more homework than recommended while older grades don't have enough, but the study has come under major scrutiny.
August 13, 2015
To nearly no one's surprise, the early beginnings of school days are interrupting students' sleep and ultimately upsetting their health and education.
June 15, 2015
A new study from Vanderbilt University concluded that teachers' feedback on math problems hinders students who have a grasp on the concept but could significantly help those who still don't understand.
June 05, 2015
A new survey by the Gates Foundation finds that nearly all teachers regularly use digital tools like digital gradebooks, but are unhappy with the data or the tools they have access to.
May 27, 2015
A new study by researchers at Harvard and Brown University finds that regular personalized communications from teachers to parents can in fact have a sizable impact on students' chances for success in their classes.