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Inspiring school design: an architect's perspective
The impact of Lesson Study on the development of two primary student teachers
This small-scale research project investigated the learning experiences of two student-teachers, enrolled on the primary School Direct Salaried course at the University of Hertfordshire, as they participated in Lesson Study ...
Student-staff partnership in learning and teaching
This article focuses on student-staff partnership working in a UK university and draws on literature and practice, particularly from the UK and the US where it is emerging as an approach to educational practice - although ...
Evaluation of the Primary Science Quality Mark programme 2013-15
(University of Hertfordshire, 2016-06-13)
This large-scale research project was designed to explore the overall impact of the Primary Science Quality Mark (PSQM) Programme from 2013-15 and wider issues relating to primary science teaching, learning and subject ...
Making a Difference? The Voices of Children aged 10 and 11 - Years old: : London 2012 and the Olympic Legacy
This paper has evolved out of a much larger doctoral thesis which looked specifically at the voices of year 6 children in the Olympic borough of Hackney in east London. Between the years of 2007 and 2010 the views and ...
Reasons to be cheerful. Why teachers' beliefs could yet bring about change in schools.
Despite a plethora of high-stakes testing, constant scrutiny and the drudgery of meaningless data-collection, teachers preserve a notion of education and learning that goes beyond this.
Developing research-rich teaching: sharing strategies
There has long been a debate about the benefit of research-rich teaching (Hughes, 2005; Chetty and Lubin, 2010). Within early years settings, primary and secondary schools and other educational establishments there is now ...