Educators around the world are uniting behind the need for the profession to have access to more high-quality research and evidence to do their job more effectively. But every year thousands of research papers are published, some of which contradict each other. How can busy teachers know which research is worth investing time in reading and understanding? And how easily is that academic research translated into excellent practice in the classroom?
In this thorough, enlightening and comprehensive book, Carl Hendrick and Robin Macpherson ask 18 of today's leading educational thinkers to distill the most up-to-date research into effective classroom practice in 10 of the most important areas of teaching. The result is a fascinating manual that will benefit every single teacher in every single school, in all four corners of the globe.
Contributors: Assessment, marking & feedback: Dylan Wiliam & Daisy Christodoulou; Behaviour: Tom Bennett & Jill Berry; Classroom talk and questioning: Martin Robinson & Doug Lemov; Learning myths: David Didau & Pedro de Bruyckere; Motivation: Nick Rose & Lucy Crehan; Psychology and memory: Paul Kirschner & Yana Weinstein; SEN: Jarlath O Brien & Maggie Snowling; Technology: Jose Picardo & Neelam Parmar; Reading and literacy: Alex Quigley & Dianne Murphy
|Publisher:||John Catt Educational Ltd|
|Product dimensions:||5.83(w) x 8.27(h) x 0.49(d)|
About the Author
Robin Macpherson is an Assistant Rector at Dollar Academy where he teaches History and Modern Studies. He previously worked as Head of Professional Learning at Wellington College and was co-director of the Telegraph Festival of Education. He has been a Head of History for seven years and worked in Scotland, England and the UAE. He co-authored The 20th Century Coursebook for IGCSE History, published by Cambridge University Press, and the accompanying teacher resource guide. He has been an examiner for the SQA, Edexcel and the IBO. He works for the educational charity Remembering Srebrenica as a community champion. His personal Twitter handle is @robin_macp (where all views are his own).