On the Agenda – Week 04, 2013

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24 januari 2013 | Are men more likely to commit scientific fraud and can you teach teaching? Furthermore, in this week’s “On the agenda”: The best-designed classrooms can be worth a year of academic progress.

Take 1 – Gender

@BC_CIHE: Do women academics really publish less than men?

@MNT_psychology: Men More Likely Than Women To Commit Scientific Fraud

@Worldbankdata: How many girls remain out of school?

Take 2 – Teaching

@arneduncan: Great work by Boston Public Schools to increase college completion rates!

@gcouros: Scott Steinberg: Teaching Technology: 10 Lessons Every School Should Share

@Forbes: Can you teach teaching

Take 3 – R&D

@brainpicker: The difference between the best & worst-designed classrooms? A full year’s worth of academic progress

@TheAtlantic “If you sit all day but head out for a quick run, you’re not actually getting much activity in.”

@Naturenews: Synthetic double-helix faithfully stores Shakespeare’s sonnets 

 …and this week on ScienceGuideEU

@ScienceGuideEU: Researchers: boost lobby or go bust

@ScienceGuideEU: Are male dominated studies harder for women?


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