At any moment in time, that should be our aim.
For too long in education we have accepted ‘peddled quackery’ and ‘snake oil’. Teachers have been mis-sold pseudo-science by companies trying to make an easy buck or SLT looking for a ‘silver bullet’, found printed on a glossy leaflet.
Thank goodness for people like Dan Willingham, Tom Bennett and the ResearchEd crowd plus the collective power of blogs, Twitter and TeachMeets. We’ve started to get somewhere far closer to the best of what we know by working collectively and venturing into studies that previously had been ignored by those in…
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