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Category Research-Based Teaching

This blog category is dedicated to providing information and resources on integrating research-based teaching practices in the classroom. The articles in this category cover a variety of topics such as effective instruction, classroom management, assessment, and curriculum development. They are written by educators and researchers who provide practical tips and strategies for educators to improve their teaching practice based on the latest research and best practices. The blog also covers the latest trends in education research and how it can be applied in the classroom. Whether you’re a new teacher looking to improve your practice or an experienced educator looking to stay current with the latest research, this blog category is a great resource for educators looking to integrate research-based teaching practices in their classroom.

Why Cell Phones Distractions Affect At-Risk Students Most

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When teachers ignore cell phone distraction problems in their classrooms, they may not provide an environment that supports at-risk students. At-risk students are those who are considered to be more likely to struggle academically or drop out of school due to factors such as poverty, a lack of parental involvement, or a history of academic or behavioral problems.
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