ESD briefing Document: Chapter 2: Teaching and Learning in ESD
Education for Sustainable Development briefing Document: Chapter 2: Teaching and Learning in ESD
Yes he can: Schools where boys write well (HMI 505)
This is a report from her Majesty’s Inspectors of Schools (HMI) into the factors which contribute to boys’ success in writing. Seven primary and eight secondary schools, identified as achieving good results overall and demonstrating success in closing the gender ‘gap’ in performance, were visited between April 2002 and March 2003. A literature search and an analysis of existing inspection evidence were used to identify factors to be evaluated on these inspection visits. As is perhaps to
Personal digital assistants
Personal digital assistants For my dissertation I am concentrating on the area of: How do PDAs (Personal Digital Assistants) enhance the teaching and learning in the Primary classroom? Please email any links that could benefit my research. Regards.
Supporting E-learning Communities in ITT Series: DPSCITT E-Learning Community
TDA Supporting E-learning Communities in ITT Series Project Report from the Devon Primary SCITT.
Design technology Gender
Design technology Gender I am looking for some research material. My assignment title is: An investigation into the learning difference between boys and girls in Design & Technology at Key Stage 3 & 4. I have found all the key stage information but need to find some data.
Supporting E-learning Communities in ITT Series: Gloucestershire ITE E-Learning Partnership
TDA Supporting E-learning Communities in ITT Series Project Report from Gloucestershire University
Supporting E-learning Communities in ITT Series: Digital video studio and production room
TDA Supporting E-learning Communities in ITT Series Project Report from De Montfort University
Teaching and Learning Research Programme (TLRP)
The ESRC Teaching and Learning Research Programme is the largest funded education research programme in the UK.
Visual displays For part of my dissertation I am looking for evidence/research on the use of visual displays/wall displays in regards to learning in school. I have searched the ttrb resource bank using keywords and cannot access anything specific enough. I really would like evidence to support my claim that displays can be effective, inclusive teaching and learning tools.
Raising Boys’ Achievements in Writing
This UKLA/PNS (2004) publication presents the findings of an apparently successful project designed to raise boys’ engagement, motivation and achievements in writing. The research design built on findings from DfES (2003) Raising Boys' Achievement (2003), the Essex Writing Project (2002; 2003), and CLPE (The Centre for Literacy in Primary Education) research (2001; 2004). The project used a planning and teaching model which addressed visual and oral approaches to teaching and learning.
IT for Education Research: using new technology: Teaching and Learning Research Briefing No. 16 (TLR
This briefing paper is number 16 in a series, which are available from the Teaching and Learning Research Programme (TLRP) website (www.tlrp.org). It provides an account of the information technology infrastructure which supports the research community served by the TLRP. The paper discusses the rationale and benefits of three types of online tools; a Digital Repository for project publications and other resources, a collaborative Virtual Research Environment (VRE), and Dissemination Tools for t
Literacy Play I am writing my dissertation on to what degree play is used to teach literacy in reception class, and are there any underlying pressures which may cause literacy to be taught more formally. Therefore, I'd appreciate the names of any journal articles I could use in my research - focusing on how play is used to teach literacy in reception - why teaching of literacy in reception is becoming more formal - finding the correct balance of formal learning and play based learning in recept
Literacy Information technology
I'm writing my dissertation on how the use of ICT can enhance and benefit the teaching of literacy in the primary school (key stage one and two) I’ve looked through your research bank and found a lot of positive journals and links that support this statement, but I need to find some contradicting arguments, can you help? I would list the journals I’ve found so far, but there are loads, these are just some that I’ve looked at and found very helpful… Net Library Developing the ICT capable
Improving learning in the workplace
This is a research briefing (March 2004) issued by the Teaching and Learning Research Programme (TLRP), which presents the findings from research investigating the interactions between government policy, workplace regulation and individual worker dispositions as they affect the learning environments and learning opportunities.
Meaningful schooling: researching a curriculum which makes relevance for teachers and children 5-14
This is a paper presented by Jonathan Barnes, of Canterbury Christ Church University, at the BERA conference at Warwick in 2006, that focuses on six schools selected by the author for their cross curricular work and in order to build a case for a meaningful curriculum. This is discussed in relation to the sphere of shared values, meaningful learning and the personal and creative development of teachers.
Supporting E-learning Communities in ITT Series: The Open University
This is a TDA funded E-learning project report from the Open Universiity
Do summative assessment and testing have a positive or negative effect on post-16 learners’ motiva
In January 2003, the Learning and Skills Research Centre commissioned a review of research to investigate the effects of summative assessment and testing on learners’ motivation in the learning and skills sector. This comprehensive review of existing evidence – 105 books articles and research reports - was intended to establish the basis for a subsequent primary research programme to collect and evaluate the quality of this evidence.
Supporting E-learning Communities in ITT Series: Liverpool John Moores University
An E-learning report from Liverpool John Moores University
Supporting E-learning Communities in ITT Series: The Oxon-Bucks DRB website: Oxon-Bucks Partnership
An e-learning report from the Oxon-Bucks Partnership
Secondary Assessment - Assessment for Learning: Questions and Answers
This is a 15 minute Teachers TV programme on assessment for learning (AfL) strategies in a secondary school, showing strategies from maths and science classrooms, as well as teaching and learning staff meetings.