Secondary Whole School Research Videos

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Using Sketchbooks

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How using sketchbooks across the curriculum can encourage ideas A look at how sketchbooks can become a valuable way for pupils to work through ideas and research their own concepts. Traditionally the preserve of arti...

Every Child Matters – a Healthcheck

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See how ECM is affecting schools, and discover their responses An investigation into what impact the Every Child Matters (ECM) agenda is having on schools, four years on from the release of the Green Paper. By lookin...

Neuroscience, Schools and the Future

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The impact of neuroscience research on the school-day structure How could the latest scientific discoveries affect schools? Four top scientists have their say. Dr Terry Whatson of the Open University is first up, s...

Secondary Assessment – Formative Assessment

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The success of formative assessment at an Oxfordshire school Formative assessment is increasingly seen as underpinning effective teaching and learning. In this programme, Professor Paul Black and Christine Harrison,...

Teaching Traditional Research Skills in Science

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Teaching traditional, practical research skills in KS4 science

Medical Physicist

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A medical PhD student shows how STEM skills help cancer research Leo Garcia's field is medical physics. He is researching the use of ultrasound in detecting and diagnosing cancer tumours. He has been developing algor...

The Nuclear Physicist

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A Nuclear Physicist works with GCSE pupils Nuclear physicist Paul Stevenson attempts to show GCSE pupils at Uckfield Community Technology College in East Sussex how nuclear physics can be applied to a vast range of f...

Independent Group Work

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A teacher encourages independent group work Limiting the number of times pupils can seek assistance when tackling a difficult problem is an assessment technique that helps uncover where pupils really need help. Thi...

Foundations of Global Morality with Mary Warnock

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Baroness Warnock examines the need for a global morality In this public lecture at the RSA, Baroness Warnock makes an extensive, carefully constructed case for the need for a global morality that extends beyond natio...

Self Assessment and Peer Support

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A book is rated using the traffic light system A demonstration of how the 'traffic light' system can be used as an assessment for learning strategy to help shape next steps for pupils who rated themselves red or ambe...

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