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National & International Research

See below links to useful research:

NATIONAL

Creating a Research Engaged School, A Guide for Senior Leaders, NFER, July 2014

Understanding What Enables High Quality Professional Learning, A report on the research evidence, CUREE

Developing Great Teaching, Lessons from the international reviews into effective professional development, Teacher Development Trust,

Leadership of Great Pedagogy in Teaching School Alliances: Final Report, Teaching schools R&D network national themes project 2012-14 Research Report, Spring 2015

Meeting the needs of vulnerable pupils; what makes exceptional schools exceptional? Philippa Cordingley , Centre for the Use of Research and Evidence in Education

Three greats for a self-improving school system: pedagogy, professional development and leadership: Executive Summary, Teaching schools R&D network national themes project 2012-14, Research Report, Spring 2015, Professor Louise Stoll - Louise Stoll Associates

Gathering evidence via teacher-led enquiries

Gathering evidence through observing others

 

INTERNATIONAL

Addressing achievement gaps with psychological interventions, David Yeager, Gregory Walton, and Geoffrey L. Cohen, February 2013

Professional Learning in Effective Schools, The Seven Principles of Highly Effective Professional Learning, Department of Education & Training, Melbourne, July 2005

Principles of Instruction, Research-based strategies that all teachers should know, American Educator, Spring 2012

The Science of Learning, Deans for Impact, Austin, Texas (2015).

What works in classroom instruction, Robert J. Marzano, Barbara B. Gaddy Ceri Dean, McREL, Aurora, Colarado, August 2000

 

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