Cambridge CEM Blog

The Level Illusion

By James Pembroke

Back when I worked in a local authority I was asked to build an Excel-based...

Evidence-Based Education: Who should be doing what?

Being a teacher is hard enough, without spending unnecessary amounts of time on practices that...

How can we trust research?

By Dr Gary Jones

A major challenge for anyone interested in the use of research within both...

Celebrating World Teachers Day

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

Is it time to ditch ‘Differentiation’?

By Greg Ashman

I suspect I would struggle to find a teacher who has never heard of...

Systematic Reviews and Weather Forecasts – how purpose shapes the significance of systematic reviews for different education stakeholders

Philippa Cordingley – Chief Executive CUREEPaul Crisp – Managing Director CUREESteve Higgins – ...

Serious critiques of meta-analysis and effect size: researchED 2018

By Rob Coe

Since I became a researcher in the late 1990s, I have been an advocate of using...

The results are in… so what next?

By Sue Holt

The GCSE and IGCSE results have been published so no doubt there have been...