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PhD student James Mannion shares his research findings in a BERA blog

Education PhD Student James Mannion recently published a British Educational Research Association (BERA) blog post explaining his findings about the Learning to Learn (L2L) curriculum.

James explains “Our basic idea was to reconceptualise L2L as a ‘complex intervention’ comprised of multiple strands of effective practice, the idea being that the marginal effects arising from any single area of practice would stack up and interact to produce a large effect size overall.”

By focusing on oracy, metacognition, self-regulation, growth mindset, assessment for learning and transfer he and his fellow teachers were able to ‘raise the bar and close the gap’.

Read more on BERA.