Blog of the Week
In this super post Pete explores some of the potential challenges with retrieval practice and how the research evidence might point us towards the solutions.
How has remote teaching enhanced our understanding of effective modelling and how might it enhance our practice moving forward?
Research School Blog
what does the research evidence suggest works best when it comes to teaching interventions?
Other Useful Links
- In this TES article, Zoe Enser suggests some great tips for managing pupil behaviour, if perhaps things have gone awry.
- In this episode of ‘Mind the Gap’ Tom Sherrington and Emma Turner talk about ‘Culture, Leadership, Diversity and the Assessment Discourse’.
- This blog from our fellow Research School Huntington, explores the challenges pupils face related to learning words that might have many possible meanings.
- Mark Enser looks back at how teachers have responded to remote teaching and the lessons we’ve learnt from it.
- This research paper suggests that children read more slowly and with less comprehension in a noisy classroom.
- A new podcast from ‘Education Rickshaw’ discusses should teachers know how students learn?
- The ‘Early Career Framework’ will be implemented in schools from September. This article gives a really useful overview of the ECF.
- Aimed at new teachers, this document, by Tom Bennett summarises some great strategies for managing pupil behaviour.
- From Inner Drive – 15 Ways to Maximise Memory
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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