Blog of the week
This super blog looks at how examples can be used to teach a concept directly, rather than being an after-thought.
On Classteaching blog
What can school leaders learn from the recent success of the England football team?
On the Research School blog
How we make sure that the theory shared in our training programmes becomes a reality in the classrooms of our participants.
Other Useful Links
- In this blog, Kirsten Mould explores the idea of adaptive teaching.
- The balance between compliance and learning is a delicate one. Zoe Enser discusses this in her recent blog.
- Here is an interesting blog by Paul Cline looking at superstition in teaching.
- Who would have thought that teachers and students could learn about decision making from poker players? Annie Duke explains how in this TES article.
- Tom Stevens has written this really useful blog on oracy and accountable talk.
- The brilliant team at Evidence Based Education have written this excellent blog, exploring the limitations of the working memory.
- Jarlath O’Brien explains how self-efficacy can be used to address behaviour in this TES article.
Episode 13 available now: Teacher Feedback to Improve Pupil Learning
Twilight CPD Webinars
Our programme of twilight CPD webinars have finished for this year. You can view the recordings here:
We’ll be back next year with more!