When Educational Research Results Disagree

Credit: iStock.com/DNY59
Credit: iStock.com/DNY59
It happens regularly in educational research: two studies look at the same intervention and report findings that disagree. That frustrates teachers looking for a clear answer about a technique’s effectiveness. But are the findings all that matter in these empirical explorations of instructional strategies?

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