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Metacognition in the updated EEF Teaching & Learning Toolkit

Earlier this month, the Education Endowment Foundation updated their Teaching & Learning Toolkit with the latest research. We wrote about the most

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Children are less active - is it bad news for their academic performance?

On average, the NHS recommends young people aged 5 to 18 to get at least 60 minutes of exercise per day. However, a recent survey has found a 40%

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Why longer wait times might transform your students' learning

When teaching, every second counts. But what if having a few extra seconds of silence meant that your students were more engaged and participated

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Teaching & learning - we know what works, right?

We live in an age of information. Research, evidence and data have never been more accessible. As long as you know where to look, the “answer” is at

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The updated EEF Teaching and Learning Toolkit: what has changed?

The EEF have just released their updated Teaching and Learning Toolkit this morning, designed to support teachers in applying effective teaching and

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Share the benefits of retrieval practice across your school community

There are many ways to carry out retrieval practice, which is the act of recalling information from long-term memory, from multiple-choice quizzes to

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Ensuring you keep retrieval practice low stakes in the classroom

A recent research study explored both beneficial and detrimental effects of testing as a learning strategy, wanting to answer the following question:

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The five-step study plan to start the academic year with

The start of the academic year is the perfect time to start a conversation with your students about how effective study strategies can help them

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