researchED 2014: Working out what works

Find presentations, exclusive interviews and links to stories about the researchED 2014 national conference, which took place in September at Raines Foundation School in the East End of London. ResearchED is a grass-roots, teacher-led organisation aimed at improving research literacy in the educational communities, dismantling myths in education, getting the best research where it is needed most, and providing a platform for educators, academics and all other parties to meet and discuss educational research, what it means, and how it can – or can’t – make a difference in the classroom.


researchED 2014: Working out what works

Find presentations, exclusive interviews and links to stories about the researchED 2014 national conference, which took place in September at Raines Foundation School in the East End of London. ResearchED is a grass-roots, teacher-led organisation aimed at improving research literacy in the educational communities, dismantling myths in education, getting the best research where it is needed most, and providing a platform for educators, academics and all other parties to meet and discuss educational research, what it means, and how it can – or can't – make a difference in the classroom.. To find out more about the conference, read founder Tom Bennett's blog about the event.



Rob Coe and John Tomsett, Reseach leaders in schools




Dorothy Bishop, University of Oxford



Dylan Wiliam, Institute of Education



Mike Cladingbowl and Sean Harford, Ofsted



Mike Cladingbowl and Sean Harford, interviewed by Andrew Old



Katie Ashford



Matt Wall



Bob Harrison



Mike Cladingbowl



Tom Sherrington



John Blake



Daisy Christodoulou



Joe Hallgarten