Blog of the Week
In the first of a series of blogs, Phil Stock explains the potential value of tutor time reading interventions and the potential pitfalls.
In this blog I share some bright spots from Durrington High School lessons based on conversations with students about their self-regulation.
Research School Blog
Assistant Director Ben Crockett combines research evidence with classroom experience in this discussion of using think, pair, share in the classroom.
Other Useful Links
- Adam Boxer explains the importance of what students are attending to in our lessons in this blog – They aren’t listening
- In response to Adam’s blog, above Ben Newmark has written this thought provoking piece – Can you be bothered?
- Our selected Inner Drive blog this week – The impact of retrieval practice on cognitive load.
- Jon Eaton, Director of Kingsbridge Research School and Research Lead at Kingsbridge Community College, reflects on what adaptive teaching has meant for their trust.
- Pete Foster discusses – How can we harness the power of routines in our classrooms?
- EEF’s Mathematics Content Specialist, Kirstin Mulholland, introduces a new resource for teachers and school leaders – Four Evidence-informed principles to promote high-quality talk in Maths
- From SecEd comes this article with phrases to avoid with ADHD students – What not to say to an ADHD pupil