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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

‘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 about curriculum, assessment and students.

  • Richard Goodman: Venerable Bede

  • Andy Tharby: Durrington @atharby

  • Francis Gilbert @wonderfrancis

  • David Weston @informed_edu


Big picture v detail
Big picture v detail about curriculum, assessment and students.

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

www.badscience.net


@marymyatt
@MaryMyatt about curriculum, assessment and students.