Elizabeth Foster Foster
No user exists with the given ID (1993).
Study finds new teachers are more effective when they had a strong mentor during pre-service.
A study finds teacher attitudes aren’t the problem in applying research.
By Elizabeth Foster, Judy Newhouse, and Isabel Sawyer The global COVID-19 crisis has not only had a huge impact on student learning but on teacher learning. “Teachers are education’s first responders,” mathematician John Ewing wrote recently in Forbes, and we are learning every day how to respond even more effectively. What have we learned during…
Taking stock of the research and using it to guide practice.
Thanks to recent policies and priorities, we have opportunities for elevating research in professional learning. These lessons and recommendations can support your work.
Science teachers benefit from being researchers.
A recent meta-analysis offers a clear, thought-provoking look at coaching.
Educators seeking new information to improve teaching strategies and connections with students know that it can be a challenge to integrate new ideas into existing routines and day-to-day practices. While social and emotional learning may seem like a new development to be studied and adopted, it isn’t about adding one program or strategy. Rather, it’s…
Understanding why students are struggling with content can improve teaching and learning.
How teachers choose and use educative features in instructional materials.