The Science of Teaching, Effective Education, and Great Schools

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Benjamin Franklin apparently said.

"Tell me and I forget."

"Teach me and I remember."

"Involve me and I learn."

But what do we REALLY know about

effective learning hundred years later?

Many respected economists and educators

from the world's leading universities

researched this topic.

They discovered that many things don’t matter,

such as classroom size, new technology,

or fancy uniforms.

Their evidence suggests that the secret to thriving students

are amazing teachers.

Here's what they have learned.

First we have to acknowledge that teaching

is a highly complex skill.

It involves a deep understanding of the subject matter

and the ability to explain complex

issues in simple ways.

But it also requires an understanding of psychology,