Mythbusting quiz

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As teachers, our time is precious and so we must ensure that we are not only engaging with methods that can help our students to progress, but also engaging in those that do not add unnecessarily to our workload. Thinking critically about evidence is key if we are have meaningful impact on our pupils, manage our workloads, and maintain our wellbeing.    Recently a number of high profile research studies have shown that many of the commonly adopted practices across our schools have not been founded in robust evidence. Let's take a look at some of these practices to see if you can identify the myths.    

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    Diana Fabin Chandersy

    Thank you ..an eye opener of a few facts that I wasn’t aware.😊

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    Gina Plimley Gadd

    Fun quiz but seriously helpful in dispelling some misconceptions (we teachers have them too!).

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    Michelle Coles

    Some great links to lots of really interesting articles. Thanks!

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