The Evidence Based Education Podcast

The Evidence Based Education Podcast


Latest Episodes

Teacher Collaboration: Episode One
September 03, 2020

Collective teacher efficacy, professional learning communities, collective professionalism... There are many similar but different forms and terms for effective teacher collaboration, and there is a significant body of evidence about their positive imp...

Using CEM Assessment Data: a three-part process
August 20, 2020

If your school uses CEM assessment data generated from assessments such as MidYIS, Yellis or ALIS, then this podcast is for you – and your colleagues! - In this edition of the EBE podcast, Jamie Scott chats with our CEM Training Manager,

The dimensions of Great Teaching: An interview with Rob Coe
June 19, 2020

On 19th June 2020, Evidence Based Education released the Great Teaching Toolkit: Evidence Review - a credible evidence summary of the elements of great teaching practice. - The review provides a structured point of reference for the things teachers do...

The Great Teaching Toolkit: Evidence review
April 30, 2020

In June 2020, Evidence Based Education will publish a report authored by Rob Coe. The report will provide a credible evidence summary of the elements of great teaching practice. This will provide a structured point of reference for the things teachers ...

Assessment and feedback in an online context
February 24, 2020

Many schools in South East Asia have recently closed due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus, forcing them to move entirely to an online and distance learning environment in a matter of weeks. Those schools are now looking for answers to questions like ...

‘Exit Interview’ with Sir Kevan Collins – is teaching becoming more evidence-informed?
December 03, 2019

In this latest episode, 'is teaching becoming more evidence-informed?', Sir Kevan Collins, the departing chief executive of the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF), is interviewed by Evidence Based Education’s Jamie Scott about his eight years in the ...

Improving Social and Emotional Learning
October 24, 2019

New Trialled and Tested podcast looks at improving Social and Emotional Learning. - Effective social and emotional learning (SEL) can increase positive pupil behaviour, mental health and well-being, and academic performance. - Indeed,

Trialled and Tested: Working Memory
July 18, 2019

In this episode of the Trialled and Tested podcast we explore working memory and its importance to teaching and learning; what it is, why it’s important for teachers to know about it and how an understanding of working memory can inform the way teacher...

Trialled and Tested: Embedding Formative Assessment
April 25, 2019

“Teaching should start from where the student is, not from where we would like them to be." says education professor Dylan Wiliam. In this episode of Trialled and Tested: Embedding Formative Assessment, we introduce how formative assessment strategies ...

Improving secondary science
February 13, 2019

In this episode of Trialled and Tested, Jamie Scott from Evidence Based Education speaks to Emily Yeomans (EEF Head of Programme Strategy), Sir John Holman (Emeritus Professor of Chemistry at the University of York) and Dr Niki Kaiser (Chemistry Teache...