Pedagogy

Using Assessment to Promote Learning

University of New South Wales
Chris Davison discusses the conceptual and practical issues of the different approaches to using assessment to promote learning. Professor Chris Davison, […]
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Teaching university subjects online, changing technology and pedagogical practice

Charles Sturt University
David Smith explores the development of a new hybrid learning framework designed to assist lecturers in the planning and teaching […]
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Diversity in Teacher Education

Bath Spa University
Nick Sorensen discusses the Diversity in Teacher Education (DiTE) research programme which is the first attempt to chronicle the origins, […]
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A Good Teacher

University of Warwick
Paul Taylor-McCartney is Head of Secondary Teacher Training at the University of Warwick. Here he discusses what makes a good teacher.  
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Lesson Study, a trip to Japan

University of Manchester
Lesson Study (LS) is a collaborative professional development tool that originated in Japan. In the LS cycle, teachers collaboratively plan […]
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The Influence of Culture on Self-Regulated Learning Skills

UCL Institute of Education
Self-regulated learning (SRL) skills have recently attracted a lot of research interest because they have been identified as arguably the […]
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Evidence-informed practice

UCL Institute of Education
Louise Stoll explores explore the ways in which formal and informal evidence and expertise can inform practice within and between organisations, […]
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Teaching about science and RE in secondary schools

UCL Institute of Education
Michael Reiss discusses teaching intervention for year 9 or 10 students (age 13–15) in secondary school biology and religious education (RE) […]
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A framework within which to determine how we should use animals in science education

UCL Institute of Education
The scope of science is fundamentally to understand the natural (i.e., material, as opposed to aesthetic, moral, imaginary or other) […]
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Implementing a pedagogy of listening

UCL Institute of Education
Professor Emeritus Rosemary Davis CBE, a Life Member and Fellow of NCUP, originally trained as a teacher at Goldsmiths College, […]
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