[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) […]
This week we continued to enjoy Matt Bromley’s series of articles on ‘The Traits of the Master Teacher’. The first article is here. Ruth Powley’s blog post Myths and Shibboleths […]
Educational Leadership:Instruction That Sticks:Teaching Between Desks U.S. educators can use a tried-and-true practice from Japan—kikan-shidō, or teaching between desks—to engage all students in deeper learning.
At my start-of-term briefing to RGS teaching colleagues only a couple of weeks ago, I talked about my experiences at the Education Reform Summit held in London in July. Only […]
[by Phil Heath] Most poignantly I was beginning to see the results of the changes in education: kids were more focused on exams, grade and learning how to pass […]
[written by Bernard Trafford] The educational world is awash with research. So it should be: how can we be serious about the business of learning if we are not studying […]
[post written by Phil Heath] Cargo cult science refers to practices that have the semblance of being scientific, but do not in fact follow the scientific method. The term was […]