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Where to Begin
Begin your research by exploring The Glossary of Education Reform and reading on various topics in educational planning. This website is great for background reading and getting quick information on pedagogical jargon such as "blended learning" or "project-based learning."
Glossary of Education Reform
Use a keyword search, or browse topics by entering any keyword (e.g. standards) and scrolling to the bottom of that article. There, you'll see an option to browse popular topics.
Databases (Academic/Scholarly Sources)
Select "Advanced Search" > check the box labelled "Full Text" > select "Look up Subject Headings (all)" > type "psychology of learning" and add to search > use the search bars at the top to enter your keywords
You may also add more subject headings, but "psychology of learning" is a good place to start.
Select "Advanced Search" > scroll down the page to find the heading "Journal Filter" > select “education” and “psychology” > enter your keyword(s) in the search bars at the top of the page