Issue 1 – June 2018
Issue 2 – September 2018
Issue 3 – February 2019
Issue 4 – June 2019
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Sessions researchED Philadelphia
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What the Academy Taught Us
Ashley Griffin & Davis Dixon
Moving from Problem to Solutions: Why Black Teachers Leave and What We Can Do to Make Them Stay
Classroom Review Activities that Promote Retrieval and Metacognition
Behaviour lessons from the best UK schools
Making Kids Cleverer: A manifesto for closing the advantage gap
A Profession of Buzzwords: Reclaiming and Redefining the Language of Teaching
Danielle Dennis & James Kilsby
Designing and Implementing a Primary Knowledge-Rich Curriculum
Learning by Scientific Design
V. Darleen Opfer
Can the curriculum you use improve your teaching?
Hannah Arendt's The Crisis in Education
Secrets of Success: How NYC's Success Academy Achieves Its Stellar Results
Discipline Reform - The Rhetoric vs. The Evidence
How we found a way to help school districts quickly identify what’s working.
Cultivating A Listening Mind
Reading instruction teacher panel
moderated by Emily Hanford
How to derive basic facts so students can master them
How is educational research supposed to improve education?
Katharine Beals & Catherine Johnson
Facilitating Un-facilitated Communication in Autism: how systematic instruction and implicit learning can unlock what’s locked inside
How to Be an Effective Skeptic
Education Media Panel
Moderated by Chris Stewart
Toward a Golden Age of Educational Practice
KEYNOTE - Leadership & Equity: Addressing Educational Redlining
Knowledge Matters: Chapter One of a District Turnaround
Accomplished & Diverse Teachers: The Key to Transforming Teaching and Learning
Ian Kelleher & Glenn Whitman
Using the Science of Learning to Teach Teachers the Science of Learning
Leveraging Language: Research Based Instruction for Our Emergent Bilinguals
The Knowledge Gap: Why We Teach Reading Comprehension In a Way That Doesn't Work
October 19 @ 9:00 am
October 19 @ 9:00 am
October 26 @ 8:00 am
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