Here’s a roundup of blogs written about the researchED 2017 National Conference. If you’ve also written a blog and would like to have it posted here, let us know: support@researchED.org.uk. Teaching it real Last week I was lucky enough to attend the ResearchEd national conference in London. I have spent the last week mulling over […]
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Entries by Joanne Smolka
Written by @polymathish Aside from not having a minute to spare during this hectic week to record my thoughts on my amazing experiences at #rEDWash, I needed some time to reflect on the brilliant sessions I attended. The researchED series of events is, bar none, the best PD I’ve ever attended. The ideas presented are challenging, […]
By: Yana Weinstein Last week, I gave a talk at researchED Math & Science at Oxford University. I have never been to a conference where the attendees seemed so genuinely excited! The place was buzzing as we prepared for the opening speech. For those who couldn’t make it – or those who would like to […]
Tom Bennett explores what the recent EEF findings mean for teachers and research- and offers a researchED perspective The irony. So, I’m in the taxi on my way to researchED Melbourne, an event we’ve been planning almost since last year’s researchED Sydney in 2015. Jet-lag and host jitters are making stormy seas out of my […]
Tom Bennett writes from the land of long boats, snow and Lisbeth Salander about the latest international researchEd conference Centuries ago, Vikings rattled coastal Britain with battle-axes and hammers; it’s only fair that we get to do the same, only this time with lanyards. The researchED longship beached in Gothenburg this weekend for our latest […]
Being the subject leader of English is one of the hardest jobs in a secondary school. Over three years ago, in that very role, I sat with my Headteacher, bemoaning how I was making massive decisions about a changing curriculum with little more than a hunch. Stressed and tired, I was frustrated by both the […]
researchED is proud to announce our first event dealing specifically with maths and sciences in education. We’ve teamed up with Oxford University Press to build a day for everyone involved in these two key areas. researchED was started in 2013 in response to what I saw as a real hunger in the teaching profession for […]
This piece was originally going to be puntastically subtitled ‘researchED Amsterdam is Gogh!’ until I actually checked and found that the phonemes match wasn’t quite as cute as I’d imagined. That illustrates a nice puzzle I’ve learned to expect since I started researchED in 2013: how do you dig up an idea from one soil […]
RT @researchEDBPL: POSTPONED: Unfortunately we have taken the difficult decision to postpone researchED Blackpool 2020. All attendees and…
Sad but understandable news: researchED Haninge is cancelled this Saturday, after advice from the Swedish Public Health Body. All attendees and speakers should check their emails for further details. We hope to run this later in the year.