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Evidence based practice

Something that’s been getting on my (and quite a lot of people I follow on Twitter) goat recently is the massive lack of current research evidence that is permeating education, both in policy and practice. 566 more words

We recently discussed curriculum design (using the 5/7E model) in #sciteachjc. Here is the write up by @teachingofsci.


#SciTeachJC (22nd May) - Designing Curriculum Materials

It’s hard to tell whether the fairly low attendance was due to the good weather or colleagues watching Eurovision. Aren’t you all glad we don’t need a note from your mothers… 847 more words


#SciTeachJC: Subject Knowledge

The paper for Week 9 of SciTeachJC was Johannes Met­zler and Ludger Woess­mann “The Impact of Teacher Sub­ject Knowl­edge on Stu­dent Achievement: Evi­dence from Within-Teacher Within-Student Vari­a­tion” … 1,020 more words


AQA P1 Revision Checklist

And it’s back to the usual routine of teaching kids. In the process of them learning loads and being enthused by science – stop laughing at the back – we of course need to prepare them for the exams they’ll have. 454 more words


When #SciTeachJC rules the world...

Let me start by stating, for the record, that I felt no pressure when asked by @alomshaha to write up the second Science Teaching Journal Club session. 2,402 more words


The First Rule

The first rule of Journal Club – is do talk about Journal Club.

Journal clubs aren’t a new idea – as I understand it, their most wide spread incarnation is within medicine.

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