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Research: How can we improve access to high-quality CPD?

After languishing in international league tables, change appears to be afoot for teacher CPD in England. But what do...

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CAT SCUTT
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Research: Is all our evidence all it’s cracked up to be?

Three new studies call into question the evidence base for feedback, growth mindsets and deliberate practice, reveals Harry Fletcher-Wood...

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HARRY FLETCHER-WOOD
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Research: What factors affecting retention matter most to teachers?

Research has long shown what factors affect retention but not which matter more to teachers themselves, write Hui Lu...

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HUI LU* and PETER BURGE**
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Research: Could more education happen outside the classroom?

Research and a recent project shows how all schools can make greater use of outdoor spaces for the benefit...

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LOIC MENZIES
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Research: Is a return to normality what Year 6 pupils need?

New research reveals that potentially damaging ‘dividing practices’ are a normal consequence of the pressure of SATs, writes Alice...

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ALICE BRADBURY
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Research: How masks in class went from unimaginable to mainstream

As children returned to school this week, masks have been more in use than ever. Teacher Tapp’s Eve Debbage...

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EVE DEBBAGE
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Research: How to ensure more disadvantaged students succeed

Rebecca Wheater looks at a new PISA 2018 analysis that sheds light on the conditions for disadvantaged pupil’s academic...

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REBECCA WHEATER
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Research: How can we foster effective teacher collaboration?

Offline or on, effective collaboration shares some common traits. Cat Scutt explores the evidence about making the most of...

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CAT SCUTT
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Research: Why do students value science but not want to be scientists?

With recruitment shortages and issues of representation still dogging the STEM professions, Louise Archer looks at the interventions most...

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LOUISE ARCHER