The Teaching and Learning Research Programme in Wales: Improving Teaching for the 7–14 Age Range
Welsh Assembly Government
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The Welsh Assembly Government has yet to create a new vision for the education of the 7–14 year-old age group in the same way as it has transformed the curriculum for the age groups on either side of it (the new Foundation Phase for children aged 3–7, and Learning Pathways for 14–19-year-olds). This report examines evidence from a range of Teaching and Learning Research Programme (TLRP) projects, and provides an evidence base for further developments in education for the 7–14 age group. From an initial review of TLRP research (www.tlrp.org), eight projects were selected as relevant to the 7–14 age group. The findings are related to three areas of the School Effectiveness Frameworki: Curriculum and teaching, Leadership and Working with others. Because of the limitations of what can be included here, we would encourage you to read the original reports to gain a deeper understanding of the rich diversity of research undertaken and its relevance to education in Wales. We are also aware that there are a number of additional issues, highly significant to education policy in Wales, that were not considered within TLRP research and which are not, therefore, addressed in this review.
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