Brett Kavanaugh, Expected Behaviours and the Importance of Intrinsic Rewards

I hope you are paying attention to the ongoing saga over the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh, the prospective Supreme Court judge in the USA. There is something very big at stake with Kavanaugh’s nomination. As a key member of the nine-justice Supreme Court, he will have influence over fundamental decisions on rights and liberties. His appointment, once confirmed, is for life. This, therefore, really matters. […]

Posted on 2 October 2018
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Meet the inspiring speakers joining us in Somerset to explore evidence-informed practice

For our 2018/19 CPD programmes, we're delighted to be welcoming to Somerset expert speakers from the EEF and our partner Research Schools, including Professor Jonathan Sharples, Alex Quigley, Tom Martell, Lorwyn Randall and Megan Dixon. […]

Posted on 1 October 2018
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New guidance on improving secondary science

The EEF has published its latest guidance report, designed to support secondary science teaching […]

Posted on 21 September 2018
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First reports from the IEE Innovation Evaluation Grants published

The first two reports from projects funded by the IEE Innovation Evaluation Grants have now been published. […]

Posted on 11 September 2018
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EEF Blog: Grouping pupils by attainment – what does the evidence say?

Danielle Mason, Head of Research at the Education Endowment Foundation, unpacks the evidence on grouping pupils by attainment. […]

Posted on 7 September 2018
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Making Sense of Metacognition

Evidence shows that Metacognition and Self-Regulated Learning approaches have consistentl Posted on 18 July 2018
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