Primary Whole School Research Videos

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Classroom Environment

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The Design Council give a new teacher advice on classroom layout Miranda Krestovnikoff tackles the topic of classroom environment for a primary NQT in Essex, Jamie Parker. First she meets Tim Benson, the head teache...

Action Research

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Case studies on use of action research in primary and secondary The notion of teachers as researchers is by no means a new one. More and more schools are engaging in Action Research as part of their School Improvemen...

Innovations/Brain Science Shorts – The Brain and Memory (w/t)

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Enriched environments are important for brain development, but can be very hit and miss. What the child takes away from a setting depends very much on the quality of the adult and the stimulus they provide in helpin...

The Developing Brain

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A look at the little known learning disability dyscalculia What can brain science and educational research tell us about how the dynamic nature of the brain affects our ability to learn? Dr Fred Dick of Birkbeck Col...

The Science Behind the Experiment

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Teachers TV's nationwide experiment of pupils' readiness to learn Teachers TV has teamed up with the BA to bring schools the opportunity to take part in a nationwide experiment being run during National Science and E...

The Results

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Scientists analyse the results of the Ready to Learn? experiment In March 2008 over 680 schools and 75,000 students across the country participated in the mass educational research project, Ready To Learn? The Experi...

Lost for Words

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Hear the debate over why MFL learner numbers are falling John Dunford of the Association of School and College Leaders says the number of students sitting language GCSE and A Level is in freefall since the government...

Early Reading

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A look at the latest early reading techniques Teaching children to read is notoriously tricky and theories about how to teach it are constantly evolving. Reporter Charlotte Hume sees how it is being taught in two inn...

Gaze Aversion

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Pupils use gaze aversion to help solve problems Research shows that children and adults concentrate better on a problem or puzzle when looking to one side. Find out how to use gaze aversion in class with this KS1 e...

Specific Praise

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Specific praise can help nudge a pupil along the right lines How to use praise to help and direct learning by aiming it specifically at the strategy rather than the pupil. A quick demonstration of this research-backe...

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