Dialogic teaching and learning provide effective pedagogical responses to all students

There is much evidence to demonstrate that dialogical teaching and learning provides effective pedagogical response to the whole student body, so that no student is excluded and therefore real [...]

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Writing about science, social studies and mathematics helps students learn content better

When learners write about science, social studies and mathematics, this helps students to better learn the contents related to those topics. Graham, S., Kiuhara, S.A., & Mackay, M. (2020). [...]

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Schools can encourage community development

Schools can encourage community development by promoting spaces where community members guide community projects based on their own interests and can have open dialogues with professionals. Girbés-Peco, S., Renta-Davids, [...]

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School redistribution policies of immigrant students promote xenophobia

There is scientific evidence demonstrating that school redistribution policies of immigrant students promote xenophobia. Campdepadrós, R.; Molina, S.; Ramis, M.; & de Botton, L. (2020). The Vic Model: From school [...]

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Participating in interactions in the target language is key to learning that language

There is ample evidence that demonstrate that participating in interactions in the target language is key to learning that language. Loewen, S., & Sato, M. (2018). Interaction and instructed [...]

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Children always learn from concrete to abstract

This is a hoax. There are people who claim that children always start learning from concrete and later, based on the concrete things they have learnt, children are able [...]

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From birth, enriching interactions are key for language learning

From birth, enriching interactions are key for learning. For example, before they utter their first word, the interaction with the caregivers enables children to identify the phonetic units used [...]

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