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The Quick Wins of Research ‘high challenge low threat’. SLTeachMeet2014. micro research in a macro world. This session will make the case that research is thinking actively about practice and its impact on learning that every thoughtful practitioner ought to be engaged in it

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The quick wins of research high challenge low threat

The Quick Wins of Research

‘high challenge low threat’

SLTeachMeet2014


Micro research in a macro world

micro research in a macro world

This session will make the case that

  • research is thinking actively about practice and its impact on learning

  • that every thoughtful practitioner ought to be engaged in it

  • that it should not be ‘high stakes’ and that mistakes can be a trigger for renewed insights


The quick wins of research high challenge low threat

Too many teachers waste time looking for the ‘magic bullet’

Hattie


The quick wins of research high challenge low threat

‘Very rarely do they talk about their teaching; it’s all about curriculum, assessment and students.

Too many teachers believe the essence of their profession is autonomy. We hardly ever get together and look at each other’s teaching. That is a major hindrance to working collectively. I can’t imagine many other professions where that happens.’

Hattie


Three examples

Three examples

  • Richard Goodman: Venerable Bede

  • Andy Tharby: Durrington @atharby

  • Francis Gilbert @wonderfrancis

  • David Weston @informed_edu


Big picture v detail

Big picture v detail

‘I think you’ll find it’s a bit more complicated than that’

www.badscience.net


@marymyatt

@MaryMyatt


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