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Effective teaching in the early years: research

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Last updated on 19 July 2016
School types: All · School phases: Nursery, Primary
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Is there any research about effective teaching in the early years? We outline research findings on effective pedagogy in the EYFS and look at the characteristics of effective teaching it identifies. We also link to the EEF's early years toolkit, which uses research to point to effective practice.

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Contents

  1. 1 Characteristics of effective teaching: high-quality interactions
  2. 2 Characteristics of effective teaching: guided play
  3. 3 Characteristics of effective teaching: assessment
  4. 4 EEF toolkit: effectiveness of specific teaching strategies

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