The NCRTL operated from 1985 to 1995, supported in part by major grants from the Office of Educational Research and Improvement, US Department of Education. Based in the College of Education at Michigan State University, its mission was to provide leadership in the field of teacher education research. The main purpose of this site is to help disseminate the research that was produced at this facility.
Provides full-text access to ERIC Digests in many education areas including learning theories, teaching, special education, charter schools, and home schooling.
Quarterly journal of philosophy of education and related disciplines.
Descriptions of about fifty learning theories.
Collects and disseminates resources associated with good practices in teaching and learning within the University.
Links to learning theory sites.
Devoted to explanations of human growth and development arising from the various child development theories.
This article explores different senses of the concept of meaning in educational research, presenting ‘meaning’ as personal (the researcher’s quest for meaning through research), contextual (meaning in relation to linguistics and culture) and shared (through communication), offering illustrative examples from the literature and from her own work.
A standards-based professional development program which uses student work to improve the teaching of science and mathematics.
A personal inquiry into the scholarship of teaching, by Michael Arnzen.