There is a new Best Evidence in Brief and while the insights in this study aren’t new at all, it’s worth repeating again and again and again and again and… A report published by the Nuffield Foundation in the UK finds that computer use in schools does not on its own boost students’ digital literacy or prepare… Read More Again: don’t just put technology in schools and hope for the best (Best Evidence in Brief)
So some people in high places have repeated the claim that violence games cause violence. But what does the research say? Well, the answer is less clear cut than one might think. Studies range from A 2015 APA-review did find a link between violence and video games, but did not find a link with criminal… Read More Video games and violence, what does the research say?
There is a new Best Evidence in Brief with some interesting studies. And this time it has a new review that I will quote almost weekly, as it’s about a question I very often get: what is best for learning: print or digital. Answer is again: print. A recent meta-analysis in The Journal of Research on… Read More Printed vs digital text: A meta-analysis (Best Evidence in Brief)
There is a new Best Evidence in Brief with some interesting studies. I want to pick this one as it is a theme that often pops up, but seldom with new data. The Ministry of Education in France instituted a policy in 2002 that reduced class size to no more than 12 students in areas determined… Read More A new study on class size in Best Evidence in Brief, and it’s an interesting one!
There is a new Best Evidence in Brief but I have to admit that this week the studies are a bit less ‘best’ imho. This study still seemed relevant to me: Previous studies have revealed gender differences in attitudes towards information technology (IT) literacy, with boys generally considering their IT literacy to be higher than… Read More Is there a gender gap in IT? (Best Evidence in Brief