Review of Educational Research

(The H4-Index of Review of Educational Research is 43. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
Dropout from Higher Education: A Theoretical Synthesis of Recent Research2805
Withdrawing From School1280
Reconsidering Research on Learning from Media1062
What Do We Know About Teacher Leadership? Findings From Two Decades of Scholarship718
Learning from Examples: Instructional Principles from the Worked Examples Research558
Effects of Problem-Based Learning: A Meta-Analysis From the Angle of Assessment427
Systematic Phonics Instruction Helps Students Learn to Read: Evidence from the National Reading Panel’s Meta-Analysis406
Moving From the Old to the New: Research on Reading Comprehension Instruction309
The Effect of Family Literacy Interventions on Children’s Acquisition of Reading From Kindergarten to Grade 3: A Meta-Analytic Review208
Meta-Analysis With Complex Research Designs165
From Everyday to Scientific Observation: How Children Learn to Observe the Biologist’s World159
Designing Systems that Train Learning Ability: From Theory to Practice152
Methodological Guidance Paper: High-Quality Meta-Analysis in a Systematic Review150
A Bibliometric Review of Research on Educational Administration: Science Mapping the Literature, 1960 to 2018149
How to Optimize Learning From Animated Models: A Review of Guidelines Based on Cognitive Load146
Advancements in Research Synthesis Methods: From a Methodologically Inclusive Perspective144
Synthesizing Results From Empirical Research on Computer-Based Scaffolding in STEM Education138
Social Robots for Language Learning: A Review137
A Teacher Like Me: A Review of the Effect of Student–Teacher Racial/Ethnic Matching on Teacher Perceptions of Students and Student Academic and Behavioral Outcomes127
Second-Wave White Teacher Identity Studies125
The Relation Between Mathematics Anxiety and Mathematics Performance Among School-Aged Students: A Meta-Analysis117
If Meaning Is Constructed, What Is It Made From? Toward a Cultural Theory of Reading115
Special Education Teacher Attrition and Retention: A Review of the Literature115
Representing Student Argumentation as Functionally Emergent From Scientific Activity110
From Whether to When: New Methods for Studying Student Dropout and Teacher Attrition104
The Effects of Summer Reading on Low-Income Children’s Literacy Achievement From Kindergarten to Grade 8102
Mathemagenic Behaviours and Efficiency in Learning from Prose Materials: Review, Critique and Recommendations91
Improving Education in Developing Countries91
Effects of Instruction in Deriving Word Meaning from Context: A Meta-Analysis88
Development of Motivational Variables and Self-Esteem During the School Career: A Meta-Analysis of Longitudinal Studies83
Toward a Multidimensional Conceptual Framework for Understanding “Servingness” in Hispanic-Serving Institutions: A Synthesis of the Research73
What We Know About Second Language Acquisition73
Democratic Education: A Theoretical Review (2006–2017)72
The Effect of Drama-Based Pedagogy on PreK–16 Outcomes70
Women in Computer-Related Majors: A Critical Synthesis of Research and Theory From 1994 to 200566
A Meta-Analysis of Family-School Interventions and Children’s Social-Emotional Functioning: Moderators and Components of Efficacy64
The Role of Reader Characteristics in Processing and Learning From Informational Text63
From Terman to Today59
Children’s Creativity: A Theoretical Framework and Systematic Review58
Is Teacher Qualification Associated With the Quality of the Early Childhood Education and Care Environment? A Meta-Analytic Review55
The Effect of Principal Behaviors on Student, Teacher, and School Outcomes: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of the Empirical Literature53
Is Test-Driven External Accountability Effective? Synthesizing the Evidence From Cross-State Causal-Comparative and Correlational Studies51
Socioeconomic Status and Academic Outcomes in Developing Countries: A Meta-Analysis51