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Key principles from Harry Fletcher-Wood on motivation

Three key principles for supporting student motivation when they are learning remotely or working independently.

Key principles from Harry Fletcher-Wood on motivation

Three key principles for supporting student motivation when they are learning remotely or working independently.

Seven characteristics of engaged students

Martyn Davison of Pakuranga College shares key principles for understanding what engaged students look like and do in the classroom.

The role of research in professional learning – the Art and Science of Learning podcast

Nina discusses the importance and challenges of research informing professional development in schools.

Why is literacy important?

Exploring the importance of literacy at school and in life beyond school.

A brief overview of how to improve children’s social and emotional learning in your setting

The key ideas from our webinar with Dr Tara McLaughlin and Karen MacKay on social-emotional learning

Key insights from David Blazar on instructional coaching

The main ideas and insights from our webinar with David Blazar on instructional coaching.

Key insights from the webinar on ICT in ECE with Professors Suzy Edwards and Leon Straker

A summary of the key ideas and insights discussed in our webinar with Professors Suzy Edwards and Leon Straker on the use of ICT in ECE settings.

Lessons from lockdown: Nine to noon interview

Listen to Dr Nina Hood interviewed by Kathryn Ryan about the key findings of the Lesson from Lockdown report.

Learning from Lockdown

The Education Hub’s exclusive research uncovers the experiences of teachers, students and parents while learning at home during school closures.

Wellbeing and self-compassion: key ideas from our webinar with Dr Natalie Flynn

Advice from clinical psychologist Dr Natalie Flynn on maintaining the wellbeing of teachers, parents and students during lockdown and beyond

Learning from lockdown: Trying to understand the variations in student engagement

Exploring the factors that contributed to varying engagement levels among school students during lockdown.

Learning from lockdown: what seemed to work well?

The factors emerging from the experiences of teachers, parents and students about what led to more positive experiences of home learning.

What does the research say about the impact of streaming, setting and attainment grouping on students?

Digging into the research on the impact of streaming or grouping on student outcomes and equity in education.

Relationships, collaboration and participation in diverse teaching teams

How teachers can build trusting relationships in diverse teaching teams in ECE

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Learning from Lockdown

The Education Hub’s exclusive research uncovers the experiences of teachers, students and parents while learning at home during school closures.

On Knowledge; Towards understandings of the place(s), space(s) and role(s) of knowledge in and for education

A response to the somewhat contested place knowledge currently holds in schools and education. It explores the various conceptualisations and roles of knowledge in education through eight chapters by guest contributors.

The Quest for Scale: achieving system-wide innovation and improvement in education

A critical investigation into the literature on scale and scaling in education and whether an alternative paradigm for achieving improvement at scale in education is required.

White Paper: From Tinkering to Intelligent Action

This white paper explores the absence of a built-for-purpose R&D system in education that supports the generation, dissemination and application of usable knowledge to foster system-wide innovation and improvement in our schools.

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