Charting a path toward change must be informed by rich data—by data that doesn’t simply depend on numerical data but on stories and experiences of participants. The same lessons hold true in the daily work of educators. This brief Edutopia video shows how one early childhood program uses a variety of data types—numerical “quantitative” and observational “qualitative” data, as well as teacher interviews—to plot their course toward growth.
By: Principled Innovation™ (PI)
Why do we believe things that aren’t true?
By: Philip Fernbach, TEDx
By: Harvard Graduate School of Education
5 barriers to critical thinking
By: Chistopher Dwyer, Psychology Today
Book excerpt: how to close the critical thinking gap for all students
By: Colin Seale