[by John Smith] Last month saw the first meeting of our Research Reading Group: a voluntary group of 14 teachers from the Senior and Junior Schools. Just like a (geeky) […]
[via OLE] This week’s article comes from the Guardian website: click here. Research every teacher should know: setting expectations by Bradley Busch Enjoy!
[by Karen Sykes] This linked paper is based on a much longer and more detailed submission for Durham University, which was borne out of reflections on Effective Teaching and Learning (ETL). […]
[by Alice Lee, April 2017] When students reflect on the teaching and learning process, they are strengthening their own capacity to learn and to think about their learning. Central to this is […]
Everything works somewhere, nothing works everywhere [by John Smith] Dylan Wiliam is a rare breed among educationalists. A talented mathematician, former teacher and Head of Department, he is respected worldwide […]
The Science of Learning is a recent publication by Deans for Impact, a highly respected organisation of American education leaders. This is one of the best summaries of what Science […]
Originally posted on Pragmatic Education:
Teachers who think knowledge, memory and practice have been neglected in schools, tend to be seen as adamant traditionalists – to quote one blogger recently,…