Blog of the Week
In this post Pete explains how our low expectations for some students manifest themselves in the classroom and what we might do about it.
As we look to ensure that we are challenging all students to think hard, what has remote learning taught us a bout this?
Research School Blog
Why we need to make teacher development a priority and how instructional coaching might support this.
Other Useful Links
- Chris Moyse has produced these really useful summaries of research evidence, including how teachers can use the research in the classroom. They are also really short!
- This is a very useful article on effective retrieval practice by Pooja Agarwal.
- This blog by Paul Cline looks at some of the problems students might have with Cornell notes and what we can about it.
- Tom Sherrington has shared some great insights into assessment here.
- Here’s a really useful post on designing effective multiple choice questions, from the Learning Scientists blog.
- This is a useful summary of working memory from the Inner Drive team.
- In this blog by Daniel Muijs he outlines some strategies for addressing learning loss.
- This is a really useful graphic to share with students – showing which learning strategies are high utility.
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Episode 6 available now: What has remote teaching taught us about…modelling
James Crane talks to Shaun Allison about how the recent period of remote teaching might have improved the way we think about modelling .
Free Twilight CPD Webinar
- Theme: Tackling Gender Underperformance
- Led by: Chris Runeckles
- Date: Tuesday 20th April
- Time: 3.30pm-4.00pm