Blog of the Week
Zoe shares her thoughts on how teachers can ensure they strike that all important balance – staying effective in the classroom whilst avoiding burnout.
How might this period of remote teaching inform how we questions students back in the classroom?
Research School Blog
ELE Mark Enser explores the research evidence around teacher agency.
Other Useful Links
- This article explores what we can learn from the research evidence about helping disadvantaged students to succeed.
- A great blog from Mirjam Neelen & Paul Kirschner looking at how we can support students to generate learning.
- In this Guardian article Laura McInerney discusses how, by accident, lockdown might have shown English schools how to close the attainment gap.
- Mark Enser reflects on how students have responded to being back in school…and how the anticipated catastrophes have yet to surface.
- This blog by Neil Almond looks at what every secondary teacher should know about early reading.
- This blog from fellow Research School Huntington shares some approaches we can use to support children with missed classroom teaching.
- Sign up to this email training series from the EEF looking at improving behaviour – for teachers and leaders.
- Mike Hobbiss has written this thought provoking blog where he argues that constructivism is a theory of learning and not a model of pedagogy.
- Kat Howard has written the second of two blogs focused on what makes good teacher CPD.
Research School Podcast
Subscribe to the ClassTeaching podcast:
https://anchor.fm/james-crane39/ (Other platforms)
Episode 4 available now: What has remote teaching taught us about…feedback
James Crane talks to Fran Haynes about how the recent period of remote teaching might have improved the way we think about giving students feedback .
Free CPD Webinar
- Theme: Effective Homework
- Led by: Ben Crockett
- Date: Tuesday 25th March
- Time: 3.30pm-4.00pm