What does this look like in the classroom? Bridging the gap between research and practice
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Carl Hendrick, Robin Macpherson

While research on education practice is rife, it is sometimes difficult for busy teachers to identify which is worth reading. It is also hard to measure how easy it is for such research to translate into good classroom practice. Robin Macpherson and Carl Henrick interview 18 leading educational researchers, and provide a distilled guide to the 10 most important areas of teaching. The work provides practical advice for teachers on improving teaching quality and improving student outcomes.

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Carl Hendrick, Robin Macpherson

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John Catt Bookshop

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September 2017

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Experts identify sound up to date research on good teaching practice and offer a guide on how this can be used by teachers to improve classroom practice.


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R430 / 523
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John Catt Bookshop

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Carl Hendrick, Robin Macpherson

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