Tag: EEF Toolkit

Putting evidence to work – an implementation guide for schools

9 February 2018

Shaun Allison, Director of Durrington Research School, , introduces the EEF’s latest guidance report […]

Author: Shaun Allison
Posted on: 9 February 2018
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Reflections on day two of “Using the EEF toolkit to address disadvantage in coastal areas”

7 February 2018

On Tuesday this week 16 teachers from coastal schools met for the second time this year to reflect, discuss and consider how we can best use research evidence to address disadvantage in our contexts.  As with all our Durrington Research School training, the course has been spread across three days, one in each academic term.  […]

Author: Chris Runeckles
Posted on: 7 February 2018
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Research Bites: Feedback

29 January 2018

Feedback provides information about how the learner is doing relevant to defined goals. Feedback fills a gap between what is understood and what needs to be understood by the learner; the main purpose of feedback is to reduce the discrepancy between these two states. […]

Posted on: 29 January 2018
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EEF Evaluation: Communicating and Engaging with Research

12 December 2017

Recently, the EEF published its findings from two ‘Literacy Octopus’ trials, so called after their multi-armed design. Both trials focused on supporting teaching and learning of literacy at KS2, and evaluated the impact of communicating research to schools […]

Author: Fran Haynes
Posted on: 12 December 2017
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