What does "best practice" mean in education?

12/16/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Education

The term "best practice" is used often in education, David Penberg, an urban and international educational leader, writes in this blog post, suggesting that teachers be critical when the term is mentioned. "'Best practice' connotes white coats and flawless data," he writes. "Emerging practice signals something iterative, evolving and, like our students, in a time zone of constant adaptation."

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