Calling time on ineffective revision

At Sandringham Research School, we're really excited to get our hands on a copy of the next edition of the Impact journal from the Chartered College of Teaching. Sandringham's Research Leads Kate Mouncey, Karen Roskilly and I wrote an article which features in the journal. The article focuses on the Memory Clock, a model we developed for students to help them revise more effectively. […]

Posted on 24 February 2018
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Further Reflections on Feedback – putting ideas into action!

The first day of our Effective Feedback to Maximise Progress training course was serious food for thought! Feedback is a particular area of interest of mine and at the start of the day, we were treated to a keynote from Harry Fletcher-Wood from the Institute for Teaching. […]

Posted on 22 February 2018
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SSIF bid workshop

The Research School are offering a workshop for potential SSIF round 3 bidders on Tuesday March 6th. […]

Posted on 20 February 2018
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Keep up to date with the latest research

Every month, Sandringham Research School sends out an electronic newsletter to subscribers which includes the latest research, opportunities for funding, blogs and a whole raft of other items. […]

Posted on 15 February 2018
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Getting feedback right

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. […]

Posted on 14 February 2018
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What is your personality as a teacher? Can your students trust you?

The half term’s Education Reading Group focused on a chapter from Visible Learning and the Science of How We Learn by Hattie and Yates (2013) entitled ‘What is your personality as a teacher? Can your students trust you?’ […]

Posted on 7 February 2018
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