Blog of the Week
In this super blog Kat discusses how she threads what she knows about the common misconceptions students might have, through her teaching, using multiple choice questions.
Deb Friis explores how she is diagnosing and then responding to misconceptions with her classes.
Research School Blog
Ben Crockett summarises the key findings from a research paper on gender underperformance by Jones & Myhill.
Other Useful Links
- Here’s a really useful video from Adam Boxer, exploring ways in which we can create a calm and purposeful classroom environment, by using strategies to pre-empt behaviour issues.
- In this really useful blog Sarah Larsen explores how she is making the move from written marking towards verbal feedback. Includes some great practical tips.
- The recordings of our two most recent webinars can be viewed here:
- Zoe Enser has written this really useful article on designing low stakes quizzes.
- This podcast features Michael Chiles talking about his book on feedback.
- This article addresses the myth of there being significant differences between the male and female brain.
- EEF Guidance Report spotlight – ‘Special Educational Needs in Mainstream Schools’.
- Tune in to ‘Teachers Talk Radio’ for lots of interesting shows and interviews.
Subscribe to the ClassTeaching podcast:
https://anchor.fm/james-crane39/ (Other platforms)
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 .