Monthly Archives: October 2022

Weekly Round-Up: 21st October 2022

Blog of the Week Addressing educational disadvantage: from strategy to the classroom – Marc Rowland The peerless Marc Rowland gives leaders a great framework for how to approach their Pupil Premium strategy statements and, significantly, why to do so. Class … Continue reading

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Weekly Round-Up: 14th October 2022

Blog of the Week Lethal mutations in education and how to prevent them – Kate Jones & Dylan Wiliam A co-authored blog from two of Evidence Based Education’s superstars, this article adds to the growing number to raise a voice … Continue reading

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Getting the most from observations

Science teacher Fahim Rahman reflects on how he continues to get the most from observation as he progresses from his early years as a teacher. Continue reading

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Weekly Round-Up: 7th October 2022

Blog of the Week Explicit Instruction: A Generic Lesson Plan (I-WE-YOU) – Tom Needham For those teachers regularly using the I, We, You approach to modelling Tom’s blog gives a great worked example for how it might work in practice. Class … Continue reading

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