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Plenary producer

130 plenaries all in one place! Easy to navigate, the plenaries can be used in almost any subject and contain ideas for developing them as well as examples of their use. It will aid lesson planning and offer you and the students lots of variety.

The bloom buster

The Bloom Buster helps with planning lesson objectives, questioning and activities. It provides definitions and question/task ideas for 90 key words related to Bloom’s taxonomy of educational objectives.

The 90 words are split equally into 6 categories – knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis,...

The feedback compendium

The Feedback Compendium contains two hundred high quality, ready-to-use targets which are appropriate for all subjects and for Key Stages 2-5. They can be used in formative assessment, report-writing and as oral feedback. The targets are divided into ten categories for ease of use.

The starter generator!

This is a resource with 120 starters all in one place.  All come with pictures to aid recall and enjoyment and are explained, often with examples. Nearly all are generic and can be used across subjects.

Whole-class feedback

Included are 25 different strategies for eliciting feedback from an entire class of students. All the strategies are generic and can be used across the Key Stages and the curriculum.

Make your own AFL box

Create your own AFL box, which you can keep in your room and use over-and-over again. This resource contains everything you need to make AFL a part of your everyday teaching. From plenaries to whole-class feedback, from cards to dice, this resource makes AFL quick and easy whatever subject and age-group you teach...

Challenge toolkit

The Challenge Toolkit provides 50 different activities to stretch and extend students’ thinking. The activities are generic and can be used across Key Stages and in different subjects. Each activity is explained, often with examples. All can be used as extension within a lesson, or worked up into whole-class...

Understanding working memory: a classroom guide

Practical tips for how to break instruction down for students who find it hard to follow direction.

Authors: Professor Susan E Gathercole and Dr Tracy Packiam Alloway

Evidence for the frontline: more questions than answers

This  Powerpoint presentation from the May 2016 STEM Research Conference  explains the background to the Evidence for the Frontline (E4F) scheme which was intentended to develop and test ways of enhancing...

Fostering European students’ STEM vocational choices

This 2016 report analyses the data from a pan-European project ECB-inGenious which aimed to enhance students’ aspirations towards STEM careers by engaging schools in collaboration with industry.  The ...

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