This month we reflect on our year of reading scholarship and growing as humans. First we’ll return to the segments we felt had the greatest impact on our practice and our thinking from the research we read. See the 2020-2021 Noteworthy Paper announcements here.
Later, we’ll reflect specifically on our praxis. We share some of the changes we’re making in our classroom and in our study that is moving us toward our goals as education practitioners.
Finally, we’ll share a bit about how our lives are changing outside of school… and mark the 2021 recipient of the Mug of Honor.
- First Segment – 02:19 – Noteworthy Papers from the Year
- Second Segment – 33:00 – Noteworthy Professional Development
- Third Segment – 37:41 – Noteworthy Personal Development
Cover image by Christine Jou
- 04:15 – Exploring Social, Emotional, and Behavioral Screening Approaches in US Public School Districts
- 08:07 – Trading spaces: Antiblackness and reflections on Black education futures
- 15:06 – A democratic critique of scripted curriculum
- 19:08 – Retrieval Practice Consistently Benefits Student Learning: a Systematic Review of Applied Research in Schools and Classrooms
- 23:15 – Reconceptualizing nature‐of‐science education in the age of social media
- 28:15 – Cultivating Epistemic Disobedience: Exploring the Possibilities of a Decolonial Practice-Based Teacher Education