The Evidence Based Education Podcast

The Evidence Based Education Podcast


Latest Episodes

The Great Teaching Toolkit: one year on
June 09, 2021

A year ago, we published the Great Teaching Toolkit: Evidence Review (GTT:ER). The year since then has been extraordinary in many ways, many of them negative. However, one very positive and exciting t

The feedback pendulum
March 29, 2021

The research evidence shows us that effective feedback is one of the most powerful tools that a teacher can have in their ‘toolbox’. But it also offers some cautionary notes... - In more than a third of well-designed studies,

A culture of trust and learning: Episode 2
March 12, 2021

In June 2020 we published the Great Teaching Toolkit: Evidence Review, a credible evidence summary of the elements of great teaching practice. - In this podcast miniseries we’re talking to the team at Falinge Park High School as they use the Evidence ...

The Science of Learning: What should teachers know, and why?
February 08, 2021

This podcast episode is a Science of Learning feast for anyone mildly obsessed with teaching and learning! - EBE’s Director of Education, Dr Stuart Kime, talks to Dr Niki Kaiser and Dr Efrat Furst about the approach the three of them took to the desig...

Teacher Collaboration: Episode 3
January 29, 2021

In this third episode of the Evidence Based Education podcast mini-series on teacher collaboration, we speak to James McBlane, a regular listener to the podcast who got in touch with a suggestion and so we invited him on for a chat! Dr. Jenni Donohoo,

Great Teaching Toolkit: A culture of trust and learning
November 17, 2020

In June 2020 we published the Great Teaching Toolkit: Evidence Review, a credible evidence summary of the elements of great teaching practice. - In this podcast series we talk to the team at Falinge Park High School as they use the Evidence Review an...

Back to school with David Didau
November 13, 2020

In 2011, frustrated by the current state of education, David Didau (aka the Learning Spy) began to blog. He charted the successes and failures of his classroom and synthesised 15 years of teaching experienced through the lens of education research and ...

Teacher Collaboration: Episode Two
October 20, 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 impac...

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,