Blog of the week
A fascinating insight into how what we have learnt from cognitive science can reshape our teaching.
A great example of how the maths team are thinking about their approach to disciplinary literacy.
Research School Blog
What have we learnt this term from working with schools on tackling educational disadvantage?
Other Useful Links
- In the TES here are ten new teaching techniques from Doug Lemov
- Paul Kirschner & Mirjam Neelen have done a great job of summarising the new EEF guidance report on feedback.
- Tom Sherrington on his usual great form with ‘five ways to check understanding’.
- Andy shares how he has been developing his approach to live modelling.
- Lekha Sharma discusses the importance of curriculum connectedness.
- Tom Grafton gives us some guidance on making sure the first 10 minutes of a lesson aren’t wasted.
- Matt BenDavid on the importance of ‘why?’ for excavating ideas and providing challenge.
Date: 7th December
Title: Metacognitve questioning & modelling
Led by: Chris Runeckles
You can view the recordings from last year here:
We are looking to grow our team of Evidence Leads in Education (ELEs).
If you are passionate about evidence informed teaching and would like to work with the Durrington Research School team to support other school leaders in West Sussex, East Sussex and Brighton & Hove to use evidence to drive their school improvement, take a look here:
Please share with anyone who you think may be interested. Any questions, please email Shaun Allison – email@example.com