Monthly Archives: December 2018

The Best of 2018

As 2018 draws to a close, as usual at Durrington we like to look back over the year and select some of the best blogs from the last 12 months.  As a profession, we are very lucky that so many … Continue reading

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I, We, You – A Simple Approach To Modelling

By Andy Tharby Modelling is the bit in the middle. It is the teaching stage that comes between the teacher’s explanation of a task or procedure and student practice. It is also the stage that is so often left out … Continue reading

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Explanation – researchED Kent 2018

On Saturday Andy Tharby was at researchED Kent. Andy was talking about his new book ‘How to explain absolutely anything to absolutely anyone: The art and science of teacher explanation’. Here are the slides from his talk:

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What does an evidence informed school look like? researchED Kent 2018

This Saturday I talked at researchED Kent about what I thought the ‘active ingredients’ of an evidence informed school might be.  Over the last few years we have been working at Durrington to become more evidence-informed.  Furthermore as a research … Continue reading

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