NTEN RESEARCHED YORK – SATURDAY 3RD MAY 2014
A BIG thank you to all the speakers for making NTEN ResearchED York such a successful and fantastic day.
Below are the links to presentations which have been collected and more presentations and video links will be added shortly.
David Cameron (@realdcameron) – I see no ships here
Jill Berry (@jillberry102) – How to grow the next generation of school leaders here
Jonathan Sharples (@sharples_j) – The learning brain – new lessons for education here
Katy Bloom (bloom_growhow) – Making Action Research more robust here
Kenny Pieper (@kennypieper) – An Eight Word Manifesto here
Mary Whitehouse (@MaryUYSEG) – Measuring levels of monitoring understanding? here
Mary Myatt (@marymyatt) – High challenge, low threat: Micro research in a macro world here
Nancy Gedge (@nancygedge) – Parental engagement: What does it mean? here
Class teaching tips here
The Diary of a Not So Ordinary Boy can be found here
Stephen Tall (@stephentall) – Putting evidence into action: Raising attainment, narrowing the gap here
Suzi Bewell (@suzibewell) – Active classroom research case studies from MFL teaching community in the UK here
Petitepipelette blog here
Matt Walker (@TheNFER) – The NFER self-evaluation toolkit: a practical tool for teachers to capture and reflect on impacts of school improvement. here
Dave Fawcett (@davidfawcett27) – Why doesn’t feedback stick? Here and here
David Weston (@informed_edu) – What methods of ‘knowledge transfer’ and CPD will help teachers use research? here
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