Evidence-Based Teaching uses methods which have been thoroughly tested and proven to be effective. Teachers can make a huge difference to their students’ learning. While there is a lot of good evidence available, much of it is hidden in academic journals and books. These resources have been designed to present this evidence in accessible and practical ways for teachers.
This resource covers ten of the most effective teaching methods as identified by thousands of experiments conducted worldwide. The video is presented by Mike Bell, with many methods explained by Geoff Petty, author of Evidence-Based Teaching.
Each method is explained and then, in most cases, you see the method in use in real classrooms by ordinary teachers.
This resource includes a printable booklet of supporting material for the film.
Video duration: 1 hour, 24 minutes
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