Evidence-based education tends to be regarded in much the same way as Oscar Wilde viewed advice: useful for other people.
After all, how many teachers have the time to go hunting for research that is: not behind a paywall; written in a language at least approximating English, and can be immediately applied in the classroom? Exactly. This book aims to solve these issues through the approach of presenting each research study as a double-page spread.
I gave this book 4 stars out of 5. To read the whole review, please go here: The Science of Learning.