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Hosting material online

Metacognition and self-regulation strategies have been shown to boost attainment and achievement (EEF, 2018). Yet,…

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Checking pupil understanding using online quizzes

Quizzes and tests are not just good for assessing how much a student knows and…

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Using visualisers to give whole-class feedback

Visualisers help you feedback to the whole class at once by projecting specific samples of…

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Webinar: Making the most of initial teacher training

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Research-informed practice: A framework

Research-informed practice is about trying to make beneficial changes to your teaching, and trying to…

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Research-informed practice: Asking the right questions

It’s important to develop well-formulated and answerable questions when you start to look at research…

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Research-informed practice: How to prioritise your challenges

You will not be short of challenges to which you will want to turn your…

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Research-informed practice: An evidence-search strategy

It is important to have a simple search strategy to help you sift through all…

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Research-informed practice: Access and assess free research

A lot research is hard to find, sits behind paywalls and can be expensive to…

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Research-informed practice: The hierarchy of evidence

With so much research evidence available, it can be helpful to use a hierarchy of…

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Research-informed practice: How to read an academic paper

While reading academic papers can feel like hard work, there are a few basic techniques…

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Research-informed practice: Making informed decisions

As Drucker (2001, p. 195) states: ‘One alternative is always the alternative of doing nothing.’