Does Practice Really Work in Schools?

Photo credit Clem Onojeghuo at Unsplash.com I recently clicked on a link to an article in which New Yorker columnist Maria Konnikova wrote about the impact of practice on expert performance.  “Practice matters,” she stated, “but in many fields, it matters much less than you might think.”  She then referenced a 2014 meta-analysis that concluded... Continue Reading →

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