Tes issue 23 August 2019

Tes - 23 August 2019

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Celebrating the centenary of education RCT

Celebrating the centenary of the education RCT

As preparations get under way to mark the 100th anniversary of the first education RCT, Ben Styles and Carole Torgerson look back at the history of the ‘gold standard’ of pedagogical research and...

End GCSE cramming for success
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End cramming and put pupils on the road to GCSE success

We can avoid over-reliance on GCSE revision sessions in the run-up to exams if we structure learning properly throughout the year, argues Joanne Tiplady

The warm welcome from my new school
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My teaching year: a warm welcome at my new school

Lead practitioner Laura Tsabet explains how her year started with Wordsworth and the warmest of welcomes at a new workplace, and ended with a focus on high-quality direct instruction

How cognitive load shaped me
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The research that shaped me: cognitive load theory

As a new teacher, Adam Riches often overloaded his students with information that they struggled to take in. But thanks to the work of John Sweller, he has learned to strip back his lessons to the...

End GCSE cramming for success
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End cramming and put pupils on the road to GCSE success

We can avoid over-reliance on GCSE revision sessions in the run-up to exams if we structure learning properly throughout the year, argues Joanne Tiplady

The warm welcome from my new school
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My teaching year: a warm welcome at my new school

Lead practitioner Laura Tsabet explains how her year started with Wordsworth and the warmest of welcomes at a new workplace, and ended with a focus on high-quality direct instruction

How cognitive load shaped me
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The research that shaped me: cognitive load theory

As a new teacher, Adam Riches often overloaded his students with information that they struggled to take in. But thanks to the work of John Sweller, he has learned to strip back his lessons to the...