Monthly Archives: April 2021

13 insights into teacher wellbeing and mental health – Education Datalab blog

Read the findings from the most comprehensive analysis of teacher mental health and wellbeing to date Continued here: https://ift.tt/3gXCcMa

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IntoUniversity evaluation report – Education Datalab blog

A report evaluating the impact of IntoUniversity’s Academic Support on Key Stage 2 attainment between 2015/16 and 2018/19.  Evaluation of the impact of IntoUniversity’s Academic Support on Key Stage… Continued here: https://ift.tt/3eF8CbM

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PISA 2018: How representative is the data for England and Wales? – Education Datalab blog

How might the 2018 PISA results for England and Wales have changed if representative samples had been achieved? Continued here: https://ift.tt/3n8ri7D

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PISA 2018: Did certain schools select out of the study in England and Northern Ireland? – Education Datalab blog

Might non-response have affected the 2018 PISA results for England and Northern Ireland? Continued here: https://ift.tt/32A07t1

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PISA 2018 in Scotland: It’s all a bit of a mess – Education Datalab blog

How much faith can we have in the 2018 PISA results for Scotland? Continued here: https://ift.tt/3avAwp8

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Nature Abhors A Change In Flux

Originally posted on e=mc2andallthat:
Aristotle memorably said that Nature abhors a vacuum: in other words. he thought that a region of space entirely devoid of matter, including air, was logically impossible. Aristotle turned out to be wrong in…

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The ‘Language Leap’ at Transition – The Confident Teacher

The importance of tending to pupils at the transition between primary and secondary school is well-established. The obvious focus, understandably, attends to the pastoral needs of pupils: making them… Continued here: https://ift.tt/3x4zSc8

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The Coulomb Train Model Revisited (Part 5)

Originally posted on e=mc2andallthat:
In this post, we are going to look at series circuits using the Coulomb Train Model. The Coulomb Train Model (CTM) is a helpful model for both explaining and predicting the behaviour of real…

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Does reading *really* matter in mathematics? – The Confident Teacher

Every teacher recognises that every subject is mediated by reading skill, but it matters in some more than others, right? Does it really matter that much in maths? When I speak to teachers,… Continued here: https://ift.tt/3sb3aBX

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KS3 Curriculum Conversations

Originally posted on Miss Newman's Notions:
For my first blog post, I have decided to write up the talk I gave at the RE Curriculum Conversations that took place a couple of weeks ago. For those of you who…

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