Tag: training

Free Twilight: Using nudge theory to improve attendance

16:00–17:30 on 31 January 2019

A research driven approach to improving attendance and outcomes for disadvantaged secondary students.
•Are you looking to improve the attendance and also outcomes of you disadvantaged students?
•Do you need to help shift their engagement within the school community?
•Do you need a research driven, quick, easy and cheap easy strategy to make gains? […]

Posted on: 24 September 2018
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researchED Durrington 2019

09:30–16:00 on 27 April 2019

‘ResearchED Durrington – Making evidence count for the classroom teacher’

In recent years there has been a significant shift in the teaching profession – one that is to be applauded. A growing number of teachers and school leaders have become interested in engaging with the research evidence around education and cognitive science and using this to improve their practice. This is a really welcome development. The experience that a child receives in school is too important to be left to chance. It will shape their future, for better or worse. With this in mind, effective teaching should not be based on hunches or guesses. It should instead draw from the wisdom of our most successful teachers and the available research evidence. This is what researchEd Durrington plans to bring you – effective evidence informed strategies that can be taken straight back to your classroom. […]

Posted on: 10 September 2018
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Training programme feedback and plans for 2018-19

13 June 2018

This post features some video feedback of our training programmes and a summary of our planned training programmes for 2018-19. […]

Author: Shaun Allison
Posted on: 13 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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