Research reflections

Being a research-engaged school: a multifaceted approach.

(part 3) Sue Sing Researcher-in-Residence, Christ the King Sixth Form College  The significance and relevance of using evidence-informed practices with regards to the development of teaching and learning became apparent following its lead involvement in an externally-funded cross-sector action research project. This saw state and independent school teachers researching together, in genuinely reciprocal ways, to […]

Being a research-engaged school: a multifaceted approach.

(Part 1) In our attempts to be a research-informed school, our approach is bottom up, led by teachers rather than responding to positions of authority, whether that is management teams, examining bodies, or inspection reports. To make this argument we draw from various individuals and their respective experiences: the Researcher-in-Residence and a History teacher at […]

Procrastination: the battle between the present and future self.

This is the second blog of the series of blog posts on procrastination. This post will investigate the relationship between our two selves: the present and future. In doing so, the aim is to re-evaluate how we think of procrastinators and those who we so easily negatively label as ‘lazy’. It’s not their fault: procrastination […]