Education and Learning; An Evidence-Based Approach offers an accessible introduction to the most recent evidence-based research results into teaching, learning, and our education system. It explores various factors affecting learning from ability, creativity, and gender, to culture, metacognition, and lifelong learning. .
Education and Learning offers an accessible introduction to the most recent evidence-based research into teaching, learning, and our education system.
Jane Mellanby is Emeritus Fellow in Experimental Psychology at St Hilda?s College, University of Oxford.Â She is the creator of VESPARCH, a verbal and spatial reasoning test designed to identify children who are under-achieving relative to their potential.Â
Katy Theobald is a public service delivery consultant. She has experience teaching mathematics in both the UK and India, and her research includes exploration of the impact of careers guidance on secondary school students? educational progression.
Acknowledgements ix Preface xi
1 Introduction: What Can We Learn from the History of Education? 1
2 Memory: How Do We Remember What We Learn? 18
3 Language: What Determines Our Acquisition of First and Second Languages? 50
4 Reading: How Do We Learn to Read and Why Is It Sometimes so Difficult? 81
5 Intelligence and Ability: How Does Our Understanding of These Affect How We Teach? 109
6 Sex Differences: Do They Matter in Education? 142
7 Metacognition: Can We Teach People How to Learn? 173
8 Academic Selection: Do We Need to Do It and Can We Make It Fair? 207
9 Creativity: What Is It, and How and Why Should We Nurture It? 239
10 Education Policy: How Evidence Based Is It? 276
11 Comparative Education: What Lessons Can We Learn from Other Countries? 309
12 Life-long Learning: How Can We Teach Old Dogs New Tricks? 348
13 Technology: How Is It Shaping a Modern Education and Is It Also Shaping Young Minds? 374
14 Conclusions: What Does the Future Hold for Education? 403
Overall, I share the authors underlying beliefthat psychology has something useful to contribute to improvingeducation, and I applaud their efforts to demonstrate how to takean evidence-based approach to practical issues ineducation. (PsycCRITIQUES, 17 November2014)
?Overall, I share the authors? underlying belief that psychology has something useful to contribute to improving education, and I applaud their efforts to demonstrate how to take an evidence-based approach to practical issues in education.?Â (PsycCRITIQUES, 17 November 2014)
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