Monthly Archives: February 2015

The principles of effective feedback

There is now a wealth of evidence that feedback can have a huge effect on learning quality. In fact the Education Endowment Foundation states that on average feedback¬†can¬†add 8 months additional progress in one year. Hattie gives feedback an average … Continue reading

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The rigor of chronology: how knowing dates leads to higher order thinking

I had been mulling over a blog by Harry Fletcher-Wood for awhile. In it he described how one of his Key Stage 3 classes would spend time in the lesson matching events to dates to gain a chronological overview of … Continue reading

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