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Teaching briefs describe classroom innovations used to teach specific concepts or problems. They provide information on existing approaches to teaching the concept or problem, but focus on describing the innovation in sufficient detail to allow it to be replicated in the reader’s classroom. They also offer evidence of the effectiveness of the innovation and its impact on student learning.
Conceptual/theoretical articles examine contemporary or emerging issues, or propose new approaches in areas including, but not limited to, pedagogy, delivery, and assessment. They are grounded in theory from both the domain of study and supporting areas such as education, learning, and psychology, as well as in the literature specific to the issue being described. Conceptual/theoretical articles present significant new insights into educational practice, make compelling arguments in favor of new methods, and/or stimulate future research.
Empirical Research Articles
Empirical research articles provide empirically based insights based on the application of the decision sciences. They are grounded in the literature, have a sound theoretical foundation, apply appropriate and rigorous methodology, and offer findings that make a new and significant contribution to the literature. Empirical articles provide an objective basis for supporting or challenging the status quo, or for proposing new educational approaches.