Feedback, metacognition and other interventions

Written by: Matt Bromley | Published:
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SecEd's July Best Practice Focus eight-page pull out section looks at some of the most effective strategies for teaching Pupil Premium students.

The research reviews of the Teaching and Learning Toolkit show that metacognition and feedback are among the most effective strategies, especially for Pupil Premium students.

In SecEd's July 2019 Best Practice Focus, Matt Bromley looks at what the evidence says about these and a number of other promising approaches.

He looks in-depth at feedback and metacognition strategies, including how they work, their pros and cons, and other things to consider in the classroom.

He also touches upon a number of other strategies including reading comprehension strategies, homework, oral language interventions, mastery, collaboration, teaching assistants, and class size.

A free eight-page pdf of this Best Practice Focus is available to download by clicking the button above.


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