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Infant Language Link

Evaluating the efficacy of a tiered language support programme for Y1 pupils through a clustered randomised controlled trial.


Next Generation Research Super-Vision Project (RSVP)

Funded by Research England, the Next Generation Research Super-Vision Project (RSVP) will systematically examine how to improve and enhance research supervision in the UK.


Improving power calculations in educational trials

The aim of this study was to investigate and empirically derive parameters commonly used for statistical power and sample size calculations to better inform future trial design.


Wipro STEM Teacher Fellowship and Teacher Mentor Programmes

Collaboration, enquiry, innovation and trust: a professional development programme for experienced & early career teachers of STEM subjects


Yorkshire Consortium for Equity in Doctoral Education

Equity in doctoral education – the consortium aims to empower individuals and facilitate institutional change. Researchers at Sheffield Hallam University are leading project evaluation and dissemination, providing an evidence base to share with other Higher Education institutions.


Counting Collections

Measuring the efficacy of a numeracy programme for pupils in reception classes through a clustered randomised controlled trial.


Talk With Tales for Children (TWiTCH)

The TWiTCH programme is based on the principles of Dialogic Reading. Through TWiTCH training, practitioners learn how to use a clearly structured intervention that builds on familiar Early Years practice (storytime and small group work) to improve the quality and quantity of adult-child interactions. The programme aims to strengthen practice and build practitioner skills and confidence, leading to regular, high-quality interactions which will increase vocabulary and the complexity of children’s language and their ability to express opinions.


Regional Implementation Leads (RILs) in Bristol – Pilot Evaluation

This project aims to advance our understanding of knowledge mobilisation in relation to EEF regional delivery, by evaluating the RIL active implementation support model as a means of improving evidence-informed processes and practices in schools.


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