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Teachers’ tips

It’s been a crazy year, full of changes and challenges. Students and teachers have been in and...

4 ways assessment data can support remote learning

More than 90% of the world’s schools have been affected by the pandemic this year. That’s...

How does assessment data impact student learning?

Data has always played a critical role in making good decisions in commerce and in the health...

10 top tips for using data in schools

There is so much data available in schools that it can be overwhelming; whole school, cohort,...

Evidence-based policy and practice in education – knowledge in the light or strategy in the dark?

The term ‘evidence-based policy’ rose to particular prominence in the early years of the New...

The Big Evidence Debate – Catch Up

On Tuesday 4th June 2019 we held the first ever Big Evidence Debate. Leading educational experts...

Translating Evidence into Practice

In education, translating evidence into practice is a process which involves everyone, from...

Is it time to ditch ‘Differentiation’?

By Greg Ashman

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

How schools can engage with research and evidence

It makes sense that the most effective teaching methods are used in classrooms, and that the...

Evidence-based education: expectations, barriers and pitfalls

By Dr Deborah M. Netolicky

Teachers, school leaders, schools, and education systems around...