Blog of the week
Corey describes a four stage process that may provide some structure when planning retrieval opportunities.
This blog shares examples of how teachers are implementing the approaches in this new EEF guidance report, in their classrooms.
This blog shares the main findings of this new EEF evidence review.
Other Useful Links
- The EEF have published their new evidence review – ‘Cognitive Science Approaches in the Classroom: A review of the Evidence’.
- This TES article is a brilliant summary of the work of educational researchers Professors Robert & Elizabeth Bjork.
- Doug Lemov has produced a really useful graphic representation of timing the name in cold call.
- This blog from Inner Drive explores the research evidence around high expectations.
- In this blog, Jo Baker explains how she remembers 26 names within 5 minutes!
- In a welcome return to blogging, Joe Kirby explores how teachers are ‘leading the scientific revolution in education’.
- This blog by Harry Fletcher-Wood discusses why motivation might be the wrong goal and how we might shift our approach with this.
- Adam Robbins attended the researchED conference at the weekend. Here are his main takeaways.
https://anchor.fm/james-crane39/ (Other platforms)
Twilight CPD Webinars
Our programme of twilight CPD webinars for 2021-22 will be starting again soon. You can view the recordings from last year here: