Gathering global experience and sharing our knowledge to improve quality and inclusivity of education for all
As the debate about the nature and generation of education evidence becomes centre stage globally this report leads the way. Twelve teacher-led randomised controlled trials and other styles of experimental research demonstrate the potential of serving teachers to carry out research that applies scientific method with rigour. The teachers planned, conducted, analysed and wrote up their research, which they have presented in a conference poster format.
This is the first in a series of three reports that collectively provide a commentary on research awareness and research use within schools in England.
Language Trends Wales 2015/16 is the second in a series of annual reports on foreign language teaching in Welsh schools.
This review addresses the characteristics of effective teachers, tackles the problems in recruiting and securing the best candidates to teaching roles and identifies best practice in not only recruiting, but also deploying and retaining teachers.
This handbook serves as a resource for CPD policy makers, organisers and leaders who wish to develop programmes of learning that are effective, challenging and relevant to teachers of varying levels of experience.