Category: IEE Blog
Over Christmas we published our favourite Best Evidence in Brief studies from 2017. But what have our subscribers found most interesting? In this blog post we reveal the top ten most-read studies.
We continue our look at some of the interventions included in Evidence4Impact this week with a focus on ReflectED – a programme developed by Rosendale Primary School to improve pupil’s metacognition.
Over the next few weeks we will be taking a closer look at some of the educational interventions that are included on the Evidence 4 Impact (E4I) website, starting with Achieve3000 which has been rated as strong for secondary reading.
Evidence 4 Impact (E4I) is a website from the Institute for Effective Education supporting educators in using evidence-based practice in order to improve outcomes for children. A new version of the site is now live.
This was the fifth year of our #12studiesofxmas and it presented a challenge.
The Education Endowment Foundation has published the results of its Literacy Octopus trial, which looked at the impact of research dissemination on achievement in schools.
Book Review: The Trials of Evidence-based Education: The Promises, Opportunities and Problems of Trials in Education, by Stephen Gorard, Beng Huat See and Nadia Siddiqui
Inspired by Susie Dent’s origins of words section in the TV show Countdown, Jonathan Haslam writes about the appropriate use of evidence, and not being an ultracrepidarian.
This was the topic that I took for a #UKEdResChat I hosted. (Thanks to Karen Weispeiser and Rob Webster for the invitation and support.) It’s a subject that’s been bothering me for a while. Here’s why: