Raising Achievement Pocketbook

Caroline Bentley-Davies

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Description

The drive in schools to ensure that all students reach their potential is fuelled by a wealth of data for tracking progress and revealing which groups and individuals are underachieving. The challenge for teachers is to find strategies that ‘close the gap’, allowing every pupil the best possible chance of success.

With characteristic energy, Caroline Bentley-Davies shows how to strengthen learning and engagement, so boosting progress and attainment. After dispelling some commonly held beliefs about raising achievement, Caroline describes a ‘climate for achievement’. Drawing on education research on feedback, metacognition and motivation, she brings theory to life with examples and case studies. Her section on exams and revision cleverly applies the theory of marginal gains and elsewhere she highlights the role of parents and peers and stresses the importance of great CPD.

A thought-provoking read that could raise your game and improve student outcomes.

 

Product Details

Author

Caroline Bentley-Davies

Formats Available

paperback, ebook

Publication Date

July 2015

Pages

128

Paperback Dimensions

A6 (105 x 148 mm)

Paperback ISBN

9781906610814

eBook ISBN

9781908284662

Endorsements

‘A treasure trove of fantastic tips to raise achievement not only in your faculty but across your school. A really useful read.’
Freya Odell,
Director of English, The Wellington Academy

‘A powerful and essential little book that neatly encapsulates the crucial elements of raising achievement and standards in learning and teaching.’
Cristina Taboada-Naya,
Vice Principal, Brooke Weston Academy

‘Nothing could be more important than securing achievement for all learners. This book provides an excellent summary of key strategies. It is very accessible with specific advice for teachers, be they new to the profession or senior leaders. Everyone working in schools should have a copy!’
Charlotte Cross,
Assistant Headteacher, Bournville School