In this section, we review resources to help schools, students and families with their growth mindset, metacognition, revision, mobile phone usage, sleep… and more. We do not get paid to write these reviews - you can be sure that what you read is what we genuinely think. We also use a more balanced star ranking system.
Here's a clarification: 3 stars means good, 4 stars means very good, and 5 stars mean excellent.
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Combining an extensive search of the literature and his own experience through years of teaching, Michael Chiles provides his manifesto for enhancing feedback in education.
Kirschner and Hendrick's "How Learning Happens" is the perfect tool for educators to engage with and utilise some of the most important research finds out there. From clear concise summarie...
With "Unleashing Great Teaching", David Weston and Bridget Clay team up to create the ultimate handbook of effective teacher development, based on research and years of experience.
Kate Jones's "Retrieval practice: research and resources for every classroom" is possibly the most comprehensive overview of the research in this area that we have come across – the definit...