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Evidence-Based Practice in Education

"... Evidence-based refers to any concept or strategy that is derived from or informed by objective evidence—most commonly, educational research or metrics of school, teacher, and student performance."
Great Schools Partnership

"'What gets measured gets done' is a common saying among researchers."
National Center on Safe Supportive Learning Environments

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About This Guide

This guide on Teaching highlights scholarly sources available through Boston University Libraries, as well as some freely available material helpful for practicing teachers in all disciplines, and at all levels.
See also:

  • Philosophical Disquisitions: What Do the Best College Teachers Do? Bain's Six Habits
  • Resources for Teaching at BU, including these Teaching Guides from Digital Learning & Innovation:
     - Active Learning 
     - Blended Learning 
     - Case-based Learning
     - Discussion-based Teaching & Learning
     - Project-based Learning
     - Teaching with Multimedia/Flip Your Class
     - Team Teaching

Your comments and questions are always welcome. Please feel free to recommend print and online additions.

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Dan Benedetti
Head of Pickering Educational Resources Library / Education Librarian
Subjects: Education

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