What does the What Works Clearinghouse say about “Curiosity Corner”? Welcome to Parsimony’s blog, where we help K-12 educators identify evidence based ways to maximize student outcomes. This blog post is part of our What Works Clearinghouse review series. The What Works

What does the What Works Clearinghouse say about “Early Risers”? Welcome to Parsimony’s blog, where we help K-12 educators identify evidence based ways to maximize student outcomes. This blog post is part of our What Works Clearinghouse review series. The What Works

What does the What Works Clearinghouse say about “Core-Plus Mathematics”? Welcome to Parsimony’s blog, where we help K-12 educators identify evidence based ways to maximize student outcomes. This blog post is part of our What Works Clearinghouse review series. The What Works

What does the What Works Clearinghouse say about “SpellRead”? Welcome to Parsimony’s blog, where we help K-12 educators identify evidence based ways to maximize student outcomes. This blog post is part of our What Works Clearinghouse review series. The What Works

What does the What Works Clearinghouse say about “Ready, Set, Leap!®”? Welcome to Parsimony’s blog, where we help K-12 educators identify evidence based ways to maximize student outcomes. This blog post is part of our What Works Clearinghouse review series. The What Works

What does the What Works Clearinghouse say about “Fast Track: Elementary School”? Welcome to Parsimony’s blog, where we help K-12 educators identify evidence based ways to maximize student outcomes. This blog post is part of our What Works Clearinghouse review series. The What Works

What does the What Works Clearinghouse say about “Everyday Mathematics®”? Welcome to Parsimony’s blog, where we help K-12 educators identify evidence based ways to maximize student outcomes. This blog post is part of our What Works Clearinghouse review series. The What Works

What does the What Works Clearinghouse say about “Instructional Conversations and Literature Logs”? Welcome to Parsimony’s blog, where we help K-12 educators identify evidence based ways to maximize student outcomes. This blog post is part of our What Works Clearinghouse review series. The What Works

What does the What Works Clearinghouse say about “Lovaas Model of Applied Behavior Analysis”? Welcome to Parsimony’s blog, where we help K-12 educators identify evidence based ways to maximize student outcomes. This blog post is part of our What Works Clearinghouse review series. The What Works

What does the What Works Clearinghouse say about “Too Good for Drugs and Violence (TGFD & V)”? Welcome to Parsimony’s blog, where we help K-12 educators identify evidence based ways to maximize student outcomes. This blog post is part of our What Works Clearinghouse review series. The What Works

What does the What Works Clearinghouse say about “I CAN Learn®”? Welcome to Parsimony’s blog, where we help K-12 educators identify evidence based ways to maximize student outcomes. This blog post is part of our What Works Clearinghouse review series. The What Works

What does the What Works Clearinghouse say about “Phonological Awareness Training plus Letter Knowledge Training”? Welcome to Parsimony’s blog, where we help K-12 educators identify evidence based ways to maximize student outcomes. This blog post is part of our What Works Clearinghouse review series. The What Works

What does the What Works Clearinghouse say about “Headsprout® Early Reading”? Welcome to Parsimony’s blog, where we help K-12 educators identify evidence based ways to maximize student outcomes. This blog post is part of our What Works Clearinghouse review series. The What Works

What does the What Works Clearinghouse say about “Positive Action”? Welcome to Parsimony’s blog, where we help K-12 educators identify evidence based ways to maximize student outcomes. This blog post is part of our What Works Clearinghouse review series. The What Works

What does the What Works Clearinghouse say about “Odyssey® Math”? Welcome to Parsimony’s blog, where we help K-12 educators identify evidence based ways to maximize student outcomes. This blog post is part of our What Works Clearinghouse review series. The What Works

What does the What Works Clearinghouse say about “Sound Partners”? Welcome to Parsimony’s blog, where we help K-12 educators identify evidence based ways to maximize student outcomes. This blog post is part of our What Works Clearinghouse review series. The What Works

What does the What Works Clearinghouse say about “Doors to Discovery”? Welcome to Parsimony’s blog, where we help K-12 educators identify evidence based ways to maximize student outcomes. This blog post is part of our What Works Clearinghouse review series. The What Works

What does the What Works Clearinghouse say about “The Incredible Years”? Welcome to Parsimony’s blog, where we help K-12 educators identify evidence based ways to maximize student outcomes. This blog post is part of our What Works Clearinghouse review series. The What Works

What does the What Works Clearinghouse say about “University of Chicago School Mathematics Project (UCSMP) Algebra”? Welcome to Parsimony’s blog, where we help K-12 educators identify evidence based ways to maximize student outcomes. This blog post is part of our What Works Clearinghouse review series. The What Works

What does the What Works Clearinghouse say about “READ 180®”? Welcome to Parsimony’s blog, where we help K-12 educators identify evidence based ways to maximize student outcomes. This blog post is part of our What Works Clearinghouse review series. The What Works

How we got our kindergartner to love reading About a month ago, my five-year-old came home from kindergarten with a book about bomb disposal specialists. I’m sure he thought it was interesting at the time (probably based on the image

What does the What Works Clearinghouse say about “DaisyQuest”? Welcome to Parsimony’s blog, where we help K-12 educators identify evidence based ways to maximize student outcomes. This blog post is part of our What Works Clearinghouse review series. The What Works

What does the research say about the effectiveness of learning styles-based instruction? We’ve all seen the diagram above, or a variant on it, in contexts ranging from articles for parents to tips for public speakers. Schemes of three, four, seven, eight, or any other

What does the What Works Clearinghouse say about “Coping Power”? Welcome to Parsimony’s blog, where we help K-12 educators identify evidence based ways to maximize student outcomes. This blog post is part of our What Works Clearinghouse review series. The What Works

What does the What Works Clearinghouse say about “Building Blocks for Math (SRA Real Math)”? Welcome to Parsimony’s blog, where we help K-12 educators identify evidence based ways to maximize student outcomes. This blog post is part of our What Works Clearinghouse review series. The What Works