The year is almost over, so high time to check which posts have been read and shared most often.
These 2019 posts were most popular during the past 12 months:
- MIT-study looked at the long term effects of the flipped classroom: any benefit quickly faded and it made the achievement gap worse.
- New Swedish report on 1 laptop per child: no benefits for learning, possible negative effect on equality.
- A new study on interleaving in mathematics: cheap and effective.
- Can you train executive functions? A second meta-analysis says…
- The updated list of effect sizes by John Hattie, but…
Also, some older posts became or remained real ‘classics’ as they still gather thousands of visitors the past year:
- Science myths: did Einstein fail his fourth-grade math class?
- Devil’s advocate. A plea against Prince Ea (Casper Hulshof)
- Famous psychology study ‘killed by replication’: does a pencil in your mouth make you feel happy?
- A longer piece on the taxonomy of Bloom
- Didactics versus pedagogy, a personal note
I want to thank all the people who read and shared my posts and everybody I’ve met and from whom I’ learned a lot.
Cu next year!