Thursday, March 12, 2015

Read on NPR Ed

I was doing a little readig on the web and found a couple of really cool little articles on NPR Ed.

The first one, The Teenage Brain: Spock Vs. Captain Kirk, starts to explain why adolescents can so oftenm make such spectacularly bad choices. It also says it starts at around age 12, not 17.

The other one, 5 Lessons Education Research Taught Us In 2014, had more of snippets than real substance, but some of those snippets, like what affect alligning curriculum has on standardized test scores, were intriguing. 

No comments: