Dr. Dan Schwartz shares his vision for getting key learning science research findings into the hands of educators who can creatively apply them to support students.
Dr. Kylie Peppler introduces the concept of embodiment, or learning through movement, and its role in science learning.
Looking for high quality education research? The Digital Promise Research Map connects you with learning science research that can inform your work.
This video explores the importance of reflection for teacher learning and describes the benefits of one strategy for educators: recording classroom instruction.
Dr. Ryan Baker describes gaming the system: students’ attempts to get through material in an online or blended learning system without learning.
Dr. Rachel Barr and Dr. Laura Zimmermann discuss the importance of social scaffolding for introducing early learners to new technology and media.
Dr. Mary Helen Immordino-Yang explains why educators should build in class time for student reflection.
Dr. David Rose discusses the importance of providing learning supports and structures that are tailored to students’ individual needs and abilities.
Dr. Jeremy Roschelle and Dr. Kara Carpenter describe how technology can help support students in learning mathematical concepts.
Dr. Lisa Dieker shares her experiences as a researcher who collaborates with students with disabilities from kindergarten through graduate school.
This video describes research-based approaches that can help students with low working memory become proficient readers.
Dr. Guadalupe Valdés explains how language is acquired and provides advice to edtech developers on how to design ELL products.
Dr. Pooja K. Agarwal introduces retrieval practice: a research-based learning strategy to help students deliberately recall information.
This video describes three strategies from Dr. Edward Deci and Dr. Richard Ryan’s Self-Determination Theory to help students get and stay motivated.