Issue 1 – June 2018
Issue 2 – September 2018
Issue 3 – February 2019
Issue 4 – June 2019
How does it work?
National Conference 2019
Creating a research culture from scratch
Dr Claire Badger
Improving metacognition through a student learning community
Helping students use effective learning strategies
Future 1 versus Future 3: are all curricular traditionalisms created equal?
Standardise and Deliver?
The pros and cons of curriculum standardisation
Donna Briggs & Ciara Moran
An Evaluation of the Impact of The Plymouth Oracy Project: Improving Outcomes for Disadvantaged Pupils
How the ‘Reading Wars’ are being fought in Australia
Owen Carter & Paul Ruenz
ImpactED Evaluating the impact of in school initiatives
Dual Coding With Teachers
Universal Design for Learning:
Implementing a School-wide Model for Inclusion
What the Academy taught us
Paul A. Kirschner
On the shoulders of giants
Slide Away: From cognitive overload to an oasis of calm
Making every maths lesson count
How to train teachers: use cognitive load theory on them
How an ambitious curriculum and aligned assessment can improve education
What do students think about feedback?
Jane Elsworth & Julie Kettlewell
Unlocking the evidence: Working with parents to support children’s learning
Interweaving The role of retrieval, spacing and interleaving
Amy Forrester & Rob Petrie
Changing the culture of teachers’ performance management:
an evidence-based approach
The End of the Meeting
Adding “the final foot”: how can we make planning a collaborative thinking process?
Creating a Primary English Curriculum using Evidence and Research
Literacy: underpinning the curriculum with reading, vocabulary and oracy to ensure all students can learn all that we teach.
Coalition for Evidence-Based Education
Recent research at Ofsted
What can Picasso and Anthony Joshua teach us about writing?
You had me at “Hello”
Workload that Works
What does Good Curriculum Thinking Look Like?
Tomasz Stefanski & Chrissy Donaldson
Homework: how to make it help, not hinder
Knowledge and Neurodiversity
CONNECT THE DOTS: AN EDUCATOR’S GUIDE TO TEACHING STUDENTS HOW and WHY TO MAXIMISE MEMORY
Formative assessment in practice: tools, tips & tricks
Specially surprising? What SEN statistics mean for the school system
Leading curriculum change: how do we ensure the implementation of curriculum design change is successful for students and teachers?
researchED Dublin 2020
September 26 @ 8:00 am
October 10 @ 8:00 am
researchED Surrey 2020
October 17 @ 8:00 am
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