Positive teacher experience and engagement is crucial for schools to be able to work together and achieve educational aims. Karen Dempster and Stephanie Hill offer a framework for upgrading your school’s teacher experience.
Jane Flood explores the wide range of factors which influence teachers’ engagement with research, and the dynamic relationship between knowledge mobilization and impact on pedagogic practice. She concludes by providing a practitioner’s checklist to help make research engagement a reality.
Jonathan Sharples and Julie Nelson describe their investigation into teachers’ research engagement. They reveal that, whilst teachers are positively disposed to research, a great deal remains to be done to establish a genuinely evidenced informed culture in schools.
Join Sarah Seleznyov as she explores the key elements of Japanese CPD phenomenon Lesson Study, and considers how it can be adapted to work in the English school setting.
The role of practical work in the new GCSE science specifications has changed. What will this mean for lessons? How will this impact assessment? In this webinar, Ed Walsh takes a look at the impact of the changes on science lessons as we know them, and gives some practical advice on incorporating enquiry-based work into your curriculum.