Use evidence-based teaching to inform your decisions about how to teach
Evidence-based teaching uses research about learning to inform practice – you can read more about this in this blog post from Catt Scutt.
The concepts in this article are based in cognitive science – understanding how the brain works to understand how we learn. You can use these concepts to improve learning, so pupils are more successful.
However, remember that how useful these concepts are can depend on your classroom context and the subject you're teaching.
It can help you achieve Ofsted's expectation of teaching
Inspectors will look at the extent to which your teaching is "designed to help learners to remember in the long term the content they have been taught" (see the 'implementation' section of ‘quality of education’ in the inspection framework).
Use this article as a continuing professional development (CPD) resource for