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A little project I have been working on – making some simple software to try and find a better way to Continue reading
I’ve just returned from a fantastic honeymoon to the Maldives, one where I took a step back from my dependency on Continue reading
Comparative judgement is an approach where teachers are presented with pairs of student work. They are asked to choose which of the two is better.
Received this in my inbox today from The Institute for Effective Education
Low-achieving students respond to incentives to increase their effort and engagement at school and do better than predicted on GCSE exams as a consequence. That is the main finding of a discussion paper published by the University of Bristol.
The UK is falling behind in international league tables because it is appointing, rewarding and recognising the wrong school leaders, say Alex Hill and Ben Laker
Link to SchoolsWeek article (Alex Hill, Ben Laker | 5:00, Oct 24, 2016)