Same Day Intervention primary Maths trial
17 January 2018
Yorkshire and the Humber Maths Hub is recruiting 120 primary schools to take part in an efficacy trial for ‘Same Day Intervention’ sponsored by the Education Endowment Foundation. This will be trialled in Year 5 classes and will run for one school year starting in September 2018.
‘Same Day Intervention’ is an approach to teaching in which teachers restructure their maths lessons with the aim to ensure all children reach a certain level of understanding by the end of the day, preventing an achievement gap from forming. Participating schools in the region will receive training to implement the Same Day Intervention approach.
Over the last two years, 45 schools have been formally involved with the Work Group and have implemented the programme in their own schools. The findings indicate that pupils involved in Same Day Intervention made progress, and that pupils’ attitudes were shifting in regards to the subject.
If you would like further information about the trial, please email the Outwood Institute of Education on firstname.lastname@example.orgPosted on 17 January 2018
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