Research Insights 2019: Evidence-based best practice

Written by: Pete Henshaw | Published:
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SecEd's Research Insights articles, published in conjunction with the NFER, offer in-depth, evidence based advice, guidance and best practice covering a wide range of areas relevant to secondary school leadership, teaching and education. You can download the latest articles for free here.

The NFER and SecEd Research Insights articles offer a wealth of evidence-based, best practice and advice covering a range of whole-school and classroom issues

This free pdf includes the most recent articles published as part of this partnership, including the latest article, published in November 2019, which looks at how an understanding of Cognitive Learning Theory can help improve your teaching and pupils' learning, including via effective worked examples.

Previous Research Insights articles also available on this pdf download include:
  • How the profession – especially school leaders – can effectively support and retain early career teachers.
  • How schools can take advantage of part-time and flexible working strategies to boost teacher retention rates.
  • What the evidence says about the impact of the Progress 8 accountability measure for secondary schools in England.
  • A further look at how secondary schools can implement part-time working in order to increase retention of teachers and boost recruitment.
  • A focus on the rising pupil population and the implications for secondary schools across the country.

All our Research Insights seek to offer crucial, evidence-based advice to teachers and school leaders across a range of issues vital to successful secondary education and teaching.

Research Insights pdf downloads from previous years can be found on the supplements page within the Knowledge Bank section of the SecEd website.

To date, 45 Research Insights articles have been published in SecEd.


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