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@EducEndowFoundn

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Education Endowment Foundation (EEF): raising the attainment of 3-18 year-olds, particularly those facing disadvantage. https://t.co/OiAC4jDmwk

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Joined on May 09, 2012
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We looked inside some of the tweets by @EducEndowFoundn and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

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Average replies
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Average retweets
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NEW BLOG: 'Three practical approaches to help pupils learn from mathematical mistakes' EEF Maths specialist, @MathsMrCox with some evidence-based suggestions for confronting pupil misconceptions head on: https://t.co/o9iopCQMHD

Three new @whatworksCSC trials announced - placing an advisory teacher within children’s social care teams, helping schools to improve their ability to support students displaying challenging behaviour: https://t.co/qlMxbSo8oR https://t.co/fXWGfYOxzE

Three new @whatworksCSC trials announced - placing an advisory teacher within children’s social care teams, helping schools to improve their ability to support students displaying challenging behaviour: https://t.co/qlMxbSo8oR https://t.co/fXWGfYOxzE

'The latest Tes survey of school staff reveals that 93 per cent of [GCSE/A-level] exam teachers fear students are either “noticeably” behind (42 per cent) or “hugely” behind (15 per cent) or “a little behind” (36 per cent)' https://t.co/itFUOYu5Jz

"For teachers, it seems that while lockdown introduced new sources of stress and uncertainty, the removal of commuting, long working hours and stressful classroom disruption made life less stressful for many," reports @FFTEduDatalab: https://t.co/qI7ukct5fG

Our new School Planning Guide proposes a tiered model for the unpredictable year to come.

Find out more at the @EdNorthUK / @SCHOOLSNE webinar A WEEK TODAY, Wed 30 Sept (4pm), when the EEF's Caroline Bilton will be discussing it.

Book here: https://t.co/zSRE3jWI1z https://t.co/hjbY2VFKR9

Our new School Planning Guide proposes a tiered model for the unpredictable year to come. Find out more at the @EdNorthUK / @SCHOOLSNE webinar A WEEK TODAY, Wed 30 Sept (4pm), when the EEF's Caroline Bilton will be discussing it. Book here: https://t.co/zSRE3jWI1z https://t.co/hjbY2VFKR9

What a fascinating blog by @BethRowe1 @EducEndowFoundn sharing stories to build social and emotional skills. Thank you for the mention #EmpathyLab https://t.co/7oihwfQObR

In the latest piece of our @WhatWorksUK series @BeckyFrancis7 explores how @EducEndowFoundn has been responding to the widening attainment gap and supporting teachers and families during lockdown. https://t.co/e9Dotg9HOG

NEW BLOG: Handbooks for Humans – 5 simple ways to use stories to deepen children’s social and emotional learning skills

Beth Rowe, @BethRowe1, offers some practical, evidence-based suggestions for harnessing the power of reading this year: https://t.co/lwtDG7bvZh https://t.co/F23vdo6KuJ

NEW BLOG: Handbooks for Humans – 5 simple ways to use stories to deepen children’s social and emotional learning skills Beth Rowe, @BethRowe1, offers some practical, evidence-based suggestions for harnessing the power of reading this year: https://t.co/lwtDG7bvZh https://t.co/F23vdo6KuJ

BITESIZE EVIDENCE: The first instalment of our new weekly email series, 'Supporting pupils with SEND', has just been sent to its 1,800+ subscribers.

Catch up by signing up here: https://t.co/rEtJycPNe5 https://t.co/Se9lsPJ0vD

BITESIZE EVIDENCE: The first instalment of our new weekly email series, 'Supporting pupils with SEND', has just been sent to its 1,800+ subscribers. Catch up by signing up here: https://t.co/rEtJycPNe5 https://t.co/Se9lsPJ0vD

NEW BLOG: Handbooks for Humans – 5 simple ways to use stories to deepen children’s social and emotional learning skills

"Sharing a class story gives endless opportunity to share emotional responses" writes deputy head & Year 5 teacher @BethRowe1: https://t.co/lwtDG7bvZh https://t.co/oa0oIgEaVP

NEW BLOG: Handbooks for Humans – 5 simple ways to use stories to deepen children’s social and emotional learning skills "Sharing a class story gives endless opportunity to share emotional responses" writes deputy head & Year 5 teacher @BethRowe1: https://t.co/lwtDG7bvZh https://t.co/oa0oIgEaVP

The 5 recommendations from our guidance report to support pupils with SEND, introduced here by @WholeSchoolSEND's Anne Heavey. >> Read / download the full report here: https://t.co/aDBilMKB6y https://t.co/l5KMhN6sD1

VACANCIES

We're looking for highly-motivated candidates to fill two key roles:

- Executive Assistant (closing 12:00 BST on 4 October)
- Data and Reporting Manager (NTP) (closing 12:00 BST on 5 October)

For more information: https://t.co/lNRtMcHmR9 https://t.co/Hv5I3Mhofl

VACANCIES We're looking for highly-motivated candidates to fill two key roles: - Executive Assistant (closing 12:00 BST on 4 October) - Data and Reporting Manager (NTP) (closing 12:00 BST on 5 October) For more information: https://t.co/lNRtMcHmR9 https://t.co/Hv5I3Mhofl

Quoted @EducEndowFoundn

Our new School Planning Guide 2020-21 proposes a tiered model - here's a flavour of what's inside... >> Read / download, free, here: https://t.co/odJtQC1du5 https://t.co/pT0rU0e7t4

Our new School Planning Guide 2020-21 proposes a tiered model - here's a flavour of what's inside...

>> Read / download, free, here: https://t.co/odJtQC1du5 https://t.co/pT0rU0e7t4

Excellent report by @EducEndowFoundn to support school leaders plan for the unpredictable academic year ahead: focusing on high-quality teaching, targeted academic support, and wider strategies. (Developed in partnership with expert school leaders) https://t.co/MKXLVaUgny

"We know there are no quick fixes to addressing the impact of Covid-19 on children’s learning. But teachers, school leaders, parents and pupils have already displayed levels of dedication and resilience that inspire hope," writes EEF's @BeckyFrancis7: https://t.co/bqCVh0KfGG https://t.co/emNjjzppeD

"We know there are no quick fixes to addressing the impact of Covid-19 on children’s learning. But teachers, school leaders, parents and pupils have already displayed levels of dedication and resilience that inspire hope," writes EEF's @BeckyFrancis7: https://t.co/bqCVh0KfGG https://t.co/emNjjzppeD

'One of the biggest mistakes we make as teachers is dismissing things out of hand because they are not shiny and new'. NEW from @DurringResearch: 'Generative Learning and Reflective Teachers' Read NOW: https://t.co/bwlsATdPoF https://t.co/7umjwhc5wo

Sonia
5 days ago

A short thread...We are thinking about our interventions. The children are ready to learn and we want to capitalise on that by doing what the evidence informs us will work https://t.co/ruPYR8UEec

This is an excellent blog by @chemDrK - EEF Science Content Specialist and school leader from @NorwichRS. 'Tackling Misconceptions in Science by Using Good Diagnostic Assessment' https://t.co/Od1rfOFEZT

Great article from @EducEndowFoundn by Kirsten Mould via the @TeacherTapp tip of the day. https://t.co/3MVfwgmLlY

EEF Promising Project, Nuffield Early Language Intervention, available FREE to all primary schools. 

Find out more: https://t.co/cMbU8G8ABL
Register your school's interest: https://t.co/OBbva7h3im https://t.co/uWCtyn8j1a

EEF Promising Project, Nuffield Early Language Intervention, available FREE to all primary schools. Find out more: https://t.co/cMbU8G8ABL Register your school's interest: https://t.co/OBbva7h3im https://t.co/uWCtyn8j1a

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