Cambridge CEM Blog

No robust evidence to prove learning styles exist

This week leading academics from the worlds of neuroscience, education and psychology expressed...

How much difference does going to school make?

By Professor Christine Merrell, CEM Director of Research Development.

The contribution of...

Carol Taylor Fitz-Gibbon, 1938 – 2017

At the end of January, the educational researcher who influenced me more than any other, my...

A Vision for Enhanced Professionalism

"Teaching is far and away the most important of all professions. Teachers make more difference...

Investigating Mathematical Attainment and Progress (IMAP)

by Dr Lee Copping

Low attainment is acknowledged to be one of the most serious problems in...

Education systems can only be accountable for what they can influence

Professor Peter Tymms, Director of iPIPS, CEM and School of Education, Durham University

This...

Reasons to be optimistic about assessment

This blog post is taken from the first part of a presentation Stephen Tierney (@leadinglearner)...

Making a positive primary to secondary transition in Music

by Dimitra Kokotsaki

Moving from Key Stage 2 to Key Stage 3 can be a big upheaval for many...

NEON 2016

Enabling wider access to Higher Education by Laura da Costa

In June of this year, a team of CEM...

Maths Anxiety

Do you avoid maths at all costs?

How do you feel when working out your change, splitting a bill...