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All the weblinks and references from the March 30 2012 edition of TESpro in one place

All the weblinks and references from the March 30 2012 edition of TESpro in one place




* Sammons, P., Sylva, K., Melhuish, E., Siraj-Blatchford, I., Taggart, B., Toth, K., Draghici, D. and Smees, R. (2011a). Effective Pre-School, Primary and Secondary Education Project (EPPSE 3-14): Influences on students' attainment and progress in Key Stage 3: Academic outcomes in English, maths and science in Year 9. London: Institute of Education, University of London Department for Education.

* Kralovec, Etta (2007) A brief history of homework. Published in Encounter. Vol 20, Number 4.


* Hallam, S. (2004) Homework: the evidence. Institute of Education. London

* Cooper, H. (2006) The Battle over Homework (3rd edition). Corwin. California.

* Gill, B and Schlossman, S. (2003) A Nation at Rest: The American Way of Homework. Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis. Vol 25. No 3. pp 319-337

* MacBeath, J. Kirwan, T, Myers, K, McCall, J, Smith I, McKay, E with Sharp C, Bhabra, S, Weindling D and Pocklington, K (2001) The impact of study support: a report of a longitudinal study into the impact of participation in out-of-school-hours learning on academic attainment, attitudes and school attendance of secondary school students. (DfES Research Report 273) London. DfES.


Crying wolf on call-outs

Paul Dix is touring the UK with his one-man behaviour show, keynote speeches and seminars. To book visit

Tom Bennett's blog

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Education's answer to a holodeck



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The impact of parental discipline

How is parenting style related to child antisocial behaviour? Preliminary findings from the Helping Children Achieve study

Helping Children Achieve, King's College, London and Institute of Psychiatry at The Maudsley


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