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researchED is an educator-led organization with the goal of bridging the gap between research and practice. This accessible and provocative series, curated by founder Tom Bennett, tackles the most important topics in education, with a range of experienced contributors exploring the latest evidence and research and how the it can be applied in a variety of classroom settings.
In The researchED Guide to Educational Myths, editor Craig Barton busts the most damaging myths in education, such as the differentiation myth, or as Robert and Elizabeth Bjork argue, the myth that blocking one’s study or practice by topic or skill enhances learning.
The contributions from writers Clare Sealy, Tom Sherrington, Andrew Old, Mark Enser, Robert and Elizabeth Bjork, Harry Fletcher Wood, Greg Ashman, and Doug Lemov will make you think.
Are you accepting what you are told, what you think, and what you perceive to be the common consensus without question? Confront those myths – and be a better educator for it.
About the editors
Craig Barton is a maths teacher in the north of England; the host of the hugely popular Mr Barton Maths podcast; and author of the best-selling 'How I Wish I'd Taught Maths'. Tom Bennett is the founder of researchED.