Tag: EEF

Getting feedback right

14 February 2018

In this blog, Caroline Creaby shares some highlights, insights and some of the research evidence examined on the first day of our effective feedback course which began on Friday 2nd February. […]

Author: Dr Caroline Creaby, Sandringham Research School Director
Posted on: 14 February 2018
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Invitation to schools – EEF Metacognition Research Project

11 January 2018

Here is an exciting opportunity for your school to be involved in the Education Endowment Foundation’s research on metacognition. Over 100 schools across the country have signed up and there are spaces left. […]

Posted on: 11 January 2018
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Research School Teaching Tip – Metacognition

5 December 2017

In our last blog, we shared with you the Teaching Tip we presented to our staff on the research behind use the use of flashcards as an effective revision tool.In our second presentation to staff, the Research School team focused on meta-cognition and how encouraging our learners to think more explicitly about their learning can be very effective in supporting progress. […]

Author: Karen Roskilly - Sandringham Research School Lead
Posted on: 5 December 2017
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Early Language Development: EEF Report October 2017

17 October 2017

A new review of the evidence on early language development, commissioned by the EEF in partnership with Public Health England, has examined the most effective ways to support young children with delays in their early language development. […]

Author: Karen Roskilly: Sandringham School Research Lead
Posted on: 17 October 2017
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New EEF report: Good literacy skills crucial to closing attainment gap in Science

17 October 2017

A review of evidence by researchers at the Department of Education, University of Oxford has been conducted for the EEF and The Royal Society with the core aim of ‘identifying the interventions and approaches for which there is evidence of a positive impact on young people’s learning outcomes, particularly those from disadvantaged backgrounds’. […]

Author: Kate Mouncey: Sandringham Research School Lead
Posted on: 17 October 2017
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Evidence-based guidance for improving literacy

22 September 2017

One of the challenges when trying to use research evidence to improve teaching practice in schools can be the amount of evidence to wade through, and its inaccessibility. With this in mind, guidance reports from the EEF do some of this heavy lifting for you. And a key part of the role of the Research Schools Network is to turn these guidance reports into training programmes that help schools use them in practice. […]

Author: Jonathan Haslam
Posted on: 22 September 2017
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Why research evidence matters in education

20 September 2017

Over a decade ago, I was involved in a project about students’ learning styles. In the mid-noughties, the language of learning styles was commonplace in schools but when I started to read up about them, other than a multitude of commercial companies selling their ‘expertise’ and training, I struggled to find much substantive evidence or […]

Author: Caroline Creaby, Director of Sandringham Research School
Posted on: 20 September 2017
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Welcome to the Sandringham Research School!

12 September 2017

Welcome to Sandringham Research School! […]

Author: Karen Roskilly, Research Lead at Sandringham Research School
Posted on: 12 September 2017
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