Wellbeing enhanced more by places than objects, study finds

Research using brain scans finds people experience feelings of contentment from places more than from objects such as photographs or wedding rings. This finding might well have important implications for school, classroom and other learning-space design. The article, written by The Guardian's Caroline Davies, can be found here. […]

Posted on 13 October 2017
Posted in: Blog, Evidence

Dialogic Teaching: It’s all in the talk!

Many teachers are exploring the benefits of employing a dialogic approach in their classrooms and the practice is becoming widespread and embedded in daily routines. This short blog explores some of the background research. […]

Posted on 5 October 2017
Posted in: Blog, Evidence

Evidence-based guidance for improving literacy

One of the challenges when trying to use research evidence to improve teaching practice in schools can be the amount of evidence to wade through, and its inaccessibility. With this in mind, guidance reports from the EEF do some of this heavy lifting for you. And a key part of the role of the Research Schools Network is to turn these guidance reports into training programmes that help schools use them in practice. […]

Posted on 22 September 2017
Posted in: Blog

Aiming high for quality CPD

The Research Schools Network aims to put the use of research evidence into the hands of schools and practitioners. One of the three main strands of its work is training, offering CPD that uses the best research evidence to challenged existing practice. […]

Posted on 22 September 2017
Posted in: Blog

Events

Details of our training and CPD will be added here soon […]

Posted on 1 September 2017
Posted in: Events

Training and CPD

Details of our training and CPD will be added here soon […]

Posted on 1 September 2017
Posted in: Training/CPD

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