Monthly Archives: April 2022

Teaching for mastery – in maths and beyond

As well as my work with Durrington Research School I am also an Assistant Lead for Sussex Maths Hub. At the Maths Hub we have been implementing a Teaching for Mastery curriculum with the support of the National Centre for … Continue reading

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Weekly Round-Up: 24th April 2022

Blog of the Week Forming Meaning – Sarah Cottingham How do we make new ideas ‘meaningful’ to pupils?  Find out in this great blog. Classteaching Reflecting on Retrieval Practice –Fahim Rahman Fahim reflects on how his approach to retrieval practice … Continue reading

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Reflecting on Retrieval Practice

It is not uncommon to find some sort of starter questions ready for students upon their arrival into a lesson. Early in my educational career I had learned this was a useful means of testing students on the effectiveness of … Continue reading

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Weekly Round-Up: 3rd April 2022

Blog of the week 5 Micro-Moves for Academic Talk – Alex Quigley Alex shares how skilled teachers support academic tal in their lessons. Research School Blog The impact of the Research Lead – Mark Enser In his final blog as … Continue reading

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