Research School Network: News The latest in news and evidence from the Durrington Research School
The latest in news and evidence from the Durrington Research School
Getting the Most Out of Revision by Using the Testing Effect
How to make use of the time we have left with students before their final exams
Why is Metacognition so important yet elusive?
This post explores some of the key features of Bandura’s research on self-efficacy and how it can be used in the classroom.
Using Group Work for Effective Learning
For any teacher looking to implement or improve peer-to-peer learning in their lessons, Slavin’s paper is essential reading
Cognitive Load Theory and what it means for classroom teachers
What simple steps can you take to avoid overloading your students?
Evidence Informed Teaching
This summaries a series of posts this half term that have focused on six evidence informed pedagogical principles.
Thinking About Feedback
In this final blog in our series we explore the complex but crucial research evidence that underpins the principle of feedback.
In the fifth part of a series of blogs on Durrington’s six teaching principles, Chris Runeckles explores questioning.