Tag: Research evidence

What Can Schools Learn from the ‘Boot Room’?

19 March 2018

Between 1959 and 1998 these six men were the successive and successful managers of Liverpool Football Club. 13 league titles, 4 European Cups and 9 domestic cups were won during this time. […]

Author: Marcus Jones, Research-lead: Literacy
Posted on: 19 March 2018
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What makes research evidence useful for teachers?

6 January 2018

January is a time for new resolutions and no little resolve. Join the gym, read some books, mark the schoolwork on time. For the busy teacher, perhaps there is the resolution to read some research evidence, making some positive changes along the way? Only the reality of teachers regularly accessing research evidence is too much […]

Posted on: 6 January 2018
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Report looks at how to make best use of research

14 November 2017

Published just before the summer break, a major study led from Sheffield Hallam University, with colleagues from UCL Institute of Education and Durham University, has some important messages about how schools can make effective use of research evidence in schools. […]

Posted on: 14 November 2017
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Read all about it!

4 June 2017

A common question we receive as a Research School is ‘where could we start as a school to engage with research evidence?’ It is a tricky question; of course, the answer is ‘it depends on what questions you are looking to answer’, but that doesn’t make for a satisfactory response! […]

Author: Alex Quigley, Director of Huntington Research School
Posted on: 4 June 2017
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When Project Based Learning Goes Wrong

4 November 2016

Project Based Learning, or PBL for short, has the power to inspire very passionate opinions in education. For some, it heralds the future of education, freed from an outmoded ‘factory model’ of learning; whereas for others, it is a bright and shiny catastrophe waiting to happen. For those uninitiated, PBL is founded upon some key […]

Posted on: 4 November 2016
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