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Good Reads: Selected articles from around the world

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  1. Metacognition: How Thinking About Thinking Can Help Kids A powerful skill for building resilience, by Rae Jacobson (date?)

  2. Patterns, Erikson Institute’s Early Math Collaborative, (2019)

  3. Language as a child well being indicator, Newcastle University (2017)

  4. Why their is no such thing as a gifted child, by Wendy Berliner (2017)

  5. Children's literacy study links hearing words to reading ability for first time, by Alison Branley (2017)

  6. Has educational neuroscience actually had an impact on education so far?, by Silvia Bunge (2017)

  7. Teaching: Just Like Performing Magic, by Jessica Lahey (2016)

  8. When Kids Have Structure for Thinking, Better Learning Emerges, by Katrina Schwartz (2016)

  9. Can your toddler distinguish between words and drawings? Why it matters for reading? By Allison Vuchnich (2016)

  10. Learning How to Think: The Skill No One Taught You, by William Deresiewicz (2015)

  11. Talk alone won’t close the 30-million word gap. By Barbara A. Wasik and Annemarie H. Hindman (2015)

  12. Beyond Average, by Lory Hough (2015)

  13. Why kids need to move, touch and experience to learn, by Katrina Schwartz (2015)

  14. How noisy is your classroom? The importance of social interaction in your classroom, by Catherine Attard (2015)

  15. The magic of words: Teaching vocabularly in the early childhood classroom, by Susan Neuman and Tanya Wright (2014)

  16. Making Learning Easier And Making It Harder: Both Are Necessary, by Annie Murphy Paul (2014)

  17. How a child's language development can be helped by hand movements: Gesticulating makes words 'easier to understand, Susan Goldin-Meadow (2014)

  18. Maths Anxiety: Can teachers help students reduce it? Sian Beilock and Daniel Willingham (2014)

  19. Pilot program gives parents tools to boost babies’ brains, by Katherine Long (2014)

  20. The Wonder In Language, by Daniela 0' Neill (2014)

  21. Kids Don't Learn Better Just Because They're Young 'Little Sponges': What Really Works, by Daniel Willingham (2014)

  22. Culture and Language, by B. Otto (2013)

  23. The Power of Children’s Explanations, by Alissa Haywoode (2013)

  24. Studies Find Vocabulary Instruction Lacking, by Irene Sege (2013)

  25. Helping Students Become Better Thinkers, by Cpaterso (2013)

  26. How Students Learn by Explaining Their Thinking, by Norene Wiesen (2013)

  27. More on developmentally appropriate practice, by Daniel Willingham (2013)

  28. The Importance Of Discussing 50-cent Words With Pre-Schoolers, by Molly Collins (2012)

  29. Five Components Of Effective Oral Language Instruction, by PDST (2012)

  30. Closing The Achievement Gap With Baby Talk, by Alex Spiegell (2011)

  31. Interactive play with blocks found to facilitate development of spatial vocabulary, by Kim Fischer (2011)

  32. The Cognitive Age, by David Brooks (2008)

  33. Critical Thinking: Why it is so hard to teach, Daniel Willingham (2007)

  34. How Knowledge Helps-It Speeds and Strengthens Reading Comprehension, Learning—and Thinking, by Daniel Willingham (2006)

  35. Teaching Teachers About Talk, by the Education Development Centre (2006)

  36. Making Thinking Visible, by David Perkins (2003)

  37. The Early Catastrophe, by Betty Hart and Todd Risely (2003)

  38. Learning to Learn: A Key Goal in a 21st Century Curriculum, by Guy Claxton (2003)

  39. Learning to Guide Preschool Children's Mathematical Understanding: A Teacher's Professional Growth, by Anna Kirova and Ambika Bhargava (2002)

  40. Thinking About Thinking: Developing metacognition in children, by Robert Fisher (1998)