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The Scottish research presented here was undertaken in schools by Scottish educational psychologists in partnership with Scottish teachers, children and young people.
A qualitative study to identify and explore resources that are currently being used to build confidence and support teaching the arts in primary education.
This report focuses on the gender performance gap in mathematics as well as in terms of learners' drive, motivation and self-belief in relation to their mathematics ability.
This YouTube clip first published in June 2016 focuses on celebrating diversity.
A research report which describes the influence of deprivation on attainment, provides an overview of approaches which could help close the attainment gap.
Collaborative Action Research (CAR) is an integral part of a broader 3-step model designed to support the delivery of interventions that have a positive impact on inequity and attainment.
Paul Collard argues that the positive impact creative learning has on the learning and attainment of children and young people is because it develops the executive functions of the brain.
A short, practitioner-focused research briefing which summarises research on differentiated learning and considers how it could be used to improve learner outcomes in numeracy and mathematics.
An overview and guidance for staff to develop their understanding of dyslexia and inclusive practice as well as professional learning opportunities.
The Education (Additional Support for Learning) (Scotland) Act (2004) provides the legal framework for the provision of additional support for learning.
This Scottish Government report summarises the education outcomes of Scotland's looked after children.
These materials, from a conference hosted by Education Scotland, will assist with evaluating and planning for improvement in Gaelic Education.