How Research Can Affect Teaching at the Classroom Level

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Scientific based research helps classroom teaching because it uses data that helps teachers see what instructional strategies work for their students in their classrooms. They can also allow teachers a way to test new, proven strategies in their classrooms with different classes to see for themselves the improvements promised. Action research allows teachers to continue to learn new, different ways of educating entire classrooms and the ever developing curriculums of every school district. Action research for every teacher shows the disposition of Excellence, which allows teachers to use evidence-based instructional strategies to improve student learning. The main obstacles that teachers face when using action research are the …show more content…
If our school was allowed to make their own decisions based on research, I believe our school would improve their instruction and their overall staff buy-in to new teaching techniques. I think by having our teachers work together on issues that they believe is concerning to them in their classroom and we allow them the time to work together, the overall campus instruction would improve. The campus would be a well-oiled machine that would work together in the overall success of the campus and the students would have the same types of educational instruction that would allow all students to learn at a very high rate. An example where research can help our campus is in the ever growing issues of students using technology in their I-phones and in their smart phones. If we were allowed to work together as a campus, we could come up with proven ways to use that technology that is not counterproductive. We can also make our own policy of phone use that is consistent throughout the campus because we decided to make that uniform throughout the different classrooms on campus. I can implement the use of research for my campus is showing improvements I have made in my classroom to my administration and allowing me to show the results to the faculty in a faculty meeting. Then, once they have seen