I am looking for any (and all) books (on math, physics and Computer Science) that discuss how to teach and selects methods based on empirical research and solid evidence. My biggest interest right now is on the second half of primary education and secondary education.
I'd prefer books that constrast different approaches and ponder their effectiveness empirically, rather than books that propose one particular approach.
(I teach at an NGO, and have interest in teaching, but my formal education is in Computer Science. I am trying to approach the field with as much a evidence-based approach as possible)
I know that (math and physics and CS) is broad. My reason for asking is that I'd like to have as many examples as possible, so that I can better understand the what empirical approaches to STEM education exist, and choose which approaches to further study.