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How to reduce teachers’ marking workload? New evidence from an EEF evaluation

This week sees the publication of the EEF’s FLASH Marking evaluation. Lead Evaluators, Rebecca Morris and Stephen Gorard, and FLASH Marking developers, Sarah Cunliffe and Leon Walker, summarise the findings from the report.
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Keynote at the Luxembourg Education Research Association Conference

Beng Huat See presented a Keynote at the Luxembourg Education Research Association on Tackling Educational Inequalities in Luxembourg and Beyond on 11th November.
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Conference for Higher Education Research (CHER), Hong Kong 2020

Chris Brown and Rille Raaper were invited to participate in the CHER 2020 roundtable discussion ‘Reflections on the Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Teaching and Learning’ on 13th November 2020.
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Event: The Impact of School Closure on Pupils With EAL

At 5:30pm on November 23rd, Feyisa Demie will be presenting a free webinar with The Chartered College of Teaching investigating the impact of Covid-19 and school closures on EAL learners.
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In The Media: Boris Johnson wants to pay Stem teachers a £3,000 premium – research shows incentives don’t work

Stephen Gorard and Beng Huat See outline shortcomings in Prime Minister's conference announcement regarding cash incentives for STEM teachers
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How to reduce teachers’ marking workload? New evidence from an EEF evaluation

This week sees the publication of the EEF’s FLASH Marking evaluation. Lead Evaluators, Rebecca Morris and Stephen Gorard, co-investigators, Beng Huat See and Nadia Siddiqui and FLASH Marking developers, Sarah Cunliffe and Leon Walker, summarise the findings from the report.
Table of codes for the FLASH marking system