Weekly Round Up: 14 June 2021

Blog of the week

The Cognitive Science Behind Rosenshine’s Principles of Instruction’, by Inner Drive

This is a really useful blog, outlining the research evidence that sits behind each of Rosenshine’s principles of instruction.  A great read.


Metacognition – Bright Spots’ by Chris Runeckles.

Chris shares some examples of how Durrington teachers are supporting metacognition in their lessons.

Research School

Implementation and CPD’ by Mark Enser

Mark explores how the EEF implementation guidance report should support effective CPD in schools.

Other USeful Links


https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/class-teaching-podcast/id1553470551 (Apple)

https://anchor.fm/james-crane39/ (Other platforms)

Episode 11 available now: Reliability of Assessments
James Crane talks to Ben Crockett about how we can improve the reliability of assessments.

Twilight Webinar

  • Theme: Unpicking Formative & Summative Assessment
  • Led by: James Crane
  • Date: Tuesday 15th June
  • Time: 3.30pm-4.00pm



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