Tag: Evidence Based Approach

Metacognition – Not Just a Growth Mindset

10 October 2018

Beyond Thinking About Thinking Educators are becoming increasingly interested in what metacognition is and how to incorporate it in their own unique school environment. This article explores Rosendale Research School’s journey of discovery; how we developed the ReflectED approach to metacognition and how we pinned down what metacognition was beyond the obvious ‘thinking about thinking’. […]

Posted on: 10 October 2018
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Metacognition Training – Reflections

1 October 2018

Last week, staff at Rosendale undertook an ALS (adult learning session) on metacognition, led by Research School lead Justine Paton. We asked some of the teachers who took part for their reflections on the session:   “It’s exciting and rewarding to teach a child who is a confident and ambitious learner, who is reflective and […]

Posted on: 1 October 2018
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Cherry picking or broad vistas: Using research evidence to improve outcomes for vulnerable learners.

3 February 2018

The main thing I have learned from working with schools on improving outcomes for disadvantaged and vulnerable learners is that there is no magic elixir. There is no sledgehammer that can break the shackles of underachievement in vulnerable groups. […]

Author: Marc Rowland
Posted on: 3 February 2018
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Podcast Episode 8 : Marc Rowland & Cris Lakeman

9 November 2017

Marc Rowland talks to Cris Lakeman, Head of d’Auvergne School about taking an evidence based approach to a coastal context. […]

Posted on: 9 November 2017
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