Dual Coding- what, why and how.

Many may consider it to be a new term to describe an old technique, but dual coding is the combination of visuals and words in the classroom to aid learning. It has garnered attention since the Learning Scientists named it one of their six strategies for effective learning. It is argued that a combination of auditory and visual aids increases both retention and recall amongst students. […]

Posted on 16 October 2017
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Training and support

We are offering CPD training and events throughout the year, designed to meet the needs of local schools. Current CPD course plans include: Leading Learning (enhance teaching and learning with evidence-based practice). Maximising the Impact of Teaching Assistants. Long-term learning (using cognitive science to support learning within a linear curriculum). We will also offer training mentoring and support […]

Posted on 6 October 2017
Posted in: Events, Training/CPD

Training and support

We are offering CPD training and events throughout the year, designed to meet the needs of local schools. Current CPD course plans include: Leading Learning (enhance teaching and learning with evidence-based practice). Maximising the Impact of Teaching Assistants. Long-term learning (using cognitive science to support learning within a linear curriculum). We will also offer training mentoring and support […]

Posted on 6 October 2017
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Welcome to Norwich Research School

We are delighted and honoured to have been designated as a Research School, and we're looking forward to working alongside teachers and leaders in Norwich schools. This article outlines who we are and what we plan to do. […]

Posted on 30 September 2017
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5 “do now” ideas: formative assessment

Last year, teachers in our school met regularly in small groups to find ways of using research to inform their practice. Every member of staff selected an area to reflect on, applied promising ideas within the classroom, and considered their impact. A voluntary team of teachers sourced research-informed "techniques" and "reading lists". These were the initial links given to our Assessment and planning group. […]

Posted on 26 September 2017
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Ed Research: A user’s guide (for busy teachers)

It's easy to feel daunted at the idea of using research to inform your teaching. Common hurdles include (lack of) time, access and specific expertise. Here's some advice from someone who's been there! I'm hoping it might help... […]

Posted on 23 September 2017
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