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Gifted and talented education: helping to find and support children with dual or multiple exceptionalities

This DCSF booklet offers more detail in identifying and supporting children who are highly able with sensory impairment, learning problems, conduct issues and/or disabilities.  The booklet offers guidance on:

  • Identifying children with DME
  • Supporting children with DME in ordinary schools
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Narrowing the gaps from data to impact: the golden thread

Using data to identify low attainment, weak progress and gaps in attainment has long been a focus of schools. This National Strategies booklet, published in 2009, aims to support senior teams, in both primary and secondary phases, by setting out a practical approach for seeing...

Gangs and group offending: guidance for schools

The purpose of this guidance, published in 2008, is to help schools in areas where ‘gangs’ or offending by groups of young people may be of particular concern. It provides:

  • information on the prevalence and characteristics of gangs and finding out about local patterns of gang and group offending
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Tactical Ignoring

In this video, behaviour expert Dr Bill Rogers explains the virtues of tactical ignoring.

 

 

Ensuring a Settled and Focused Class

In this video, behaviour for learning expert Dr Bill Rogers shares his advice and experiences on how to get students settled and ready to learn at the beginning of the lesson.

Action research for physics programme (ARPP)

Published in May 2011, this report from the University of Southampton, school of education  is an evaluation of the Action Research for Physics programme which was organised and managed by the National Network of Science Learning Centres between September 2009 and February 2011....

D&T teachers CPD survey

Published in September 2010, this summary of an online survey looks at design and technology (D&T) teachers’ attitudes towards CPD.

The full collection of STEM Learning impact and evaluation research reports can be viewed here

Evaluation of the impact of ENTHUSE partnerships: draft interim report

Published in January 2015, this interim report provides an overview of the ENTHUSE partnerships, discusses the progress they have made to date, identifies the impacts that have arisen thus far and those expected in the future, and summarises key learning points....

Evaluation of the impact of Myscience CPD programmes in STEM leadership on primary and secondary schools

Published in November 2014, this summary report (based on research conducted by the National Foundation for Educational Research) investigates the impact of a range of STEM leadership CPD programmes targeted at leaders and teachers of STEM subjects in primary and secondary schools and colleges.

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Evaluation of the impact of National Science Learning Network CPD on schools

Published in October 2015, this report from the ISOS Partnership is an evaluation of the impact and benefits of schools engaging with subject-specific science continuing professional development (CPD) from the National Science Learning Network (NSLN) and the National STEM Centre (STEM Learning).

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