As they did ordinary class work teacher and children were observed and every word recorded. From this mountain of data come startling and disturbing facts no one can ignore.
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Many years of patient research have discovered how new ideas get formed, embedded, and remembered at the 8- to 12-year-old level. The conclusions are vital for all teaching.
It’s a great pleasure for me to launch The Hidden Lives of Learners, a book which distils and clearly expresses the fruits of Professor Graham Nuthall’s outstanding academic career.
Over half a century Graham Nuthall pioneered research into how students learn, how teachers teach, and what happens between a student and a teacher.
Graham realised how little we knew about what characterises good teaching and good learning. He looked at learning from students’ perspectives. He believed that education should be student-focused, personalised and student driven.