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About This Guide
This resource guide was designed to provide you with assistance in locating good sources of information as you do research on the application of learning sciences related topics for your class. To navigate this guide, click on the tabs above or the Table of Contents below. If you need help, please contact us!
Table of Contents
Includes suggested journals, databases, and links to articles..
Includes books at Stafford Library links to topics.
Includes e-book databases and selected e-books.
Understand Peer Review
Provides information on the peer review process and finding peer reviewed articles in databases.
Provides links to information about creating an annotated bibliography.
Includes streaming videos and DVDs.
Includes websites related to applying science to education and a video from Johns Hopkins Institute.
Educational Psychology's Past and Future Contributions
Patricia Alexander (2018) provides a thought-provoking analysis of the past and future of educational psychology.
Differentiated Instruction Research Starter
This article presents an overview of differentiated instruction, an instructional philosophy that respects and celebrates the varied ways in which individuals learn.
The Science of Learning
The article discusses research into the learning process and how to harness it effectively in U.S. schools, focusing on the use of non-traditional data analysis methods as of August 2014. Topics include U.S. government support for such efforts beginning with the No Child Left Behind Act, findings that challenge beliefs on issues such as teacher qualifications and class sizes, and challenges in implementing insights in classrooms.
Education Full Text
Education Full Text provides select full text of periodicals, monographs, and yearbooks in the field of education.
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