Published by the Johns Hopkins University School of Education's Center for Research and Reform in Education, Better magazine takes an evidence-based approach to figuring out what works in teaching.
Experts in the field write about the state of the evidence on a particular theme - such as the Winter 2011 issue covering Language Arts. There are both US and United Kingdom-based editions of the magazine, with articles written by the leading educational researchers and policy makers from around the world.
The School of Education will be publishing one article from each new edition as it comes out as a sample for those interested in the publication, along with several articles from back-issues. Those interested in subscribing to Better can do so on the Johns Hopkins University Press website. You can also sign up for a free trial issue by filling out this online form or emailing email@example.com with "Sign me up for Better" in the subject line and your postal address in the body of the email.
For more information on Better or the Best Evidence Encyclopedia, visit Bestevidence.org.
Spring 2012: Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds
Winter 2012: Before choosing, ask three questions
Fall 2011: Improving vocabulary instruction through Teacher Study Groups
Spring 2011: Formative assessment: An enabler of learning
Winter 2011: Evidence-based practices for teaching writing
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