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Don't Stop Believing...Leading Change Through ACTION

Today I had the privilege of spending the entire day with Eric Sheninger. He encouraged us to consider who will tell our story if we don’t. 1,070 more words

Mathematics Education Reserch or Why the real numbers are not as simple as they appear (with a quiz)

Mathematics research is interesting even if largely inaccessible (in fact, often a mathematician will have trouble with research in a field of mathematics too different from her or his own). 944 more words


Top Trends in Higher Education: 2015

The Future of (Online) Learning

I’ve been teaching a fully online graduate course for the past 13 years. It’s been interesting seeing the cutting-edge become  221 more words

Clinical Education

Study challenges Govt to fix “system failure” for special needs students - NZEI

A UK study which has found that teacher aides in some cases did not improve learning, challenges the New Zealand Government to come up with its own research, as part of a general system-wide “fix” of special education in this country. 164 more words


The truth about the Phonics Screening Check

By Matt Walker

Last week the Department for Education (DfE) published the final report from NFER’s three-year evaluation into the impact of the Phonics Screening Check (PSC). 734 more words


Why become an academic blogger?

Why write?

If you can answer this question then you can answer the title question. I enjoy writing. What I write about in my blog posts is about me. 722 more words

Academic Blogging

Talented poor pupils missing out on GCSE success

New piece in my inbox this week:

A new research brief from the Sutton Trust has shown that talented pupils from poor backgrounds are falling short of their potential at GCSE, achieving on average half a grade less than other highly able pupils. 281 more words

Education Research