Tag: EEF

Digging deep into the EEF Implementation Guide

6 June 2018

This article explores five ‘implementation outcomes’ from the EEF guidance report on implementation in schools – active ingredients, fidelity, acceptability, reach and feasibility. […]

Author: Shaun Allison
Posted on: 6 June 2018
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Reflections on day two of “improving memory for success in terminal GCSE courses”

12 March 2018

On Thursday last week teachers from south coast schools met again at the Durrington Research School to further their discussions on how we can improve memory in order to improve students’ performance in terminal exams. The lessons from cognitive science on how memory works are having an increasingly transformative effect on teachers’ classroom practice across the country.  In ever-increasing numbers, schools are tapping into the benefits of deepening our understanding of memory for supporting […]

Author: Chris Runeckles
Posted on: 12 March 2018
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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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EEF Evaluations: Lesson Study and Teacher Observation

15 November 2017

The EEF recently released two evaluation reports on CPD approaches that have been trialled in schools in the UK: Lesson Study and Teacher Observation. Even though both reports identify the impact of these interventions on pupil outcomes as zero, this is not to say that we have nothing to learn from the findings. Indeed, closer inspection of the studies can provide some very useful insight about how to go about implementing effective CPD in our schools. […]

Posted on: 15 November 2017
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