Blog of the week
Zoe looks at the myths that fill up our time and suggests how we can leave them behind and avoid making new ones.
Ben explores how we can ensure accuracy and consistency with our assessments.
Research School Blog
This post gives a short description of each of the training programmes we are running next year. It also signposts you how to register for our FREE taster sessions.
Other useful links
- Here’s a really useful article from Evidence based Education, looking at the conditions for delivering effective feedback.
- If you missed the most recent edition of our newsletter, you can view it here. Sign up for future editions here.
- In this TES article, Mark Enser explores how we can ensure student motivation isn’t just about exam grades.
- Here’s another TES article from Emma Cate about the advantages of arranging your desks in row.
- In this SecEd article Sean Harris discusses the barriers to learning that poverty can create.
- Making the use of ‘wait time’ is a key part of effective question. The Inner Drive team explain how to do it effectively here.
- How can we move beyond simple retrieval and towards schematic connections? Jasmine Lane explains how she is focusing on this here.
https://anchor.fm/james-crane39/ (Other platforms)
Episode 10 available now: Disciplinary Reading.
Next Twilight CPD Webinar:
- Theme: Principles of Curriculum Design
- Led by: Andy Tharby
- Date: Tuesday 7th June
- Time: 3.30pm-4.00pm
Registration: Watch this space!