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What makes great teaching? Review of the underpinning research.

Coe, R. and Aloisi, C. and Higgins, S. and Major, L.E. (2014) 'What makes great teaching? Review of the underpinning research.', Project Report. Sutton Trust, London.

Abstract

This report reviews over 200 pieces of research to identify the elements of teaching with the strongest evidence of improving attainment. It finds some common practices can be harmful to learning and have no grounding in research. Specific practices which are supported by good evidence of their effectiveness are also examined and six key factors that contribute to great teaching are identified. The report also analyses different methods of evaluating teaching including: using ‘value-added’ results from student test scores; observing classroom teaching; and getting students to rate the quality of their teaching.

Item Type:Monograph (Project Report)
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Status:Peer-reviewed
Publisher Web site:http://www.suttontrust.com/researcharchive/great-teaching/
Record Created:05 Nov 2014 16:35
Last Modified:06 Jul 2016 14:50

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