This month we read a robust, experimental study on teaching self-regulation and the increasing benefits to students over time. They learn more AND close a key achievement gap.
Later, we read about a pedagogy of enactment – how to learn about teaching through teaching. It underscores the many ways we improve through practice.
- First Segment – 02:18 – Teaching Self-Regulation
- Second Segment – 26:38 – Teacher Learning through Practice
- Schunk, D., Berger, E. M., Hermes, H., Winkel, K., & Fehr, E. (2022). Teaching self-regulation. Nature Human Behaviour, 1-11. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41562-022-01449-w
- Link to complementary copy: https://rdcu.be/cXuTG
- Ochieng, M. A., & Van Zoest, L. R. (2022). How Preservice Teachers Learn through a Pedagogy of Enactment in a Middle School Mathematics Methods Course. Cognition and Instruction, 1-32. https://doi.org/10.1080/07370008.2022.2129636
- 039 We Navigate Helping Students Grow Remotely (Two Pint PLC)
- UDL: Self Regulation (CAST)
- Do growth mindset interventions impact students’ academic achievement? A systematic review and meta-analysis with recommendations for best practices (Macnamara, 2022)
- 005 The Sum of Our Choices (Two Pint PLC – marshmallow test)
- 047 Epistemic Disobedience & Neuroscience Motivation (Two Pint PLC)
We drink Yumkin Pumpkin, a pumpkin ale from the Wichita Brewing Company in Wichita, KS.