Evidence based teaching: a practical approach



Evidence based teaching presents a coherent, evidence based view of teaching and learning and presents some radical new methods that are known to greatly improve achievement.

This book will help practically demonstrate how we should teach from the following sources:

  1. School effectiveness and school improvement research
  2. Best practice in University teaching
  3. Best practice in FE teaching
  4. Effect size studies carried out mainly in schools
  5. Teaching thinking skills
  6. Multiple representations
  7. Constructivism.

Together these strategies, ideas and advice provide us with both general principles for teaching, and very specific methods, all of which can substantially improve teaching and few of which are in common use.

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Subject(s)Cross curricular
Author(s)Geoff Petty
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Shelf referenceA 371.102 PET
Direct URLhttps://www.stem.org.uk/x87xo

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