Research every teacher needs to know (and how to embed it in your school)

Bradley Busch teams up with Jade Pearce to introduce our favourite research and how to weave its findings into your school culture.

About this event

About this event

Over the last few years, there has been an explosion of interest in cognitive science and research in education. There is a real sense of urgency in schools looking to develop an evidence-based and research-informed culture. But what research? What evidence? And once we’ve decided that, how do we translate it into meaningful change?


In this online talk, Bradley Busch and Jade Pearce will discuss research papers that include:

  • Memory and Retrieval
  • Resilience
  • How to Deliver Feedback
  • High Expectations
  • Spacing and Interleaving
  • Procrastination and Motivation


We will then spend time talking about how to embed and weave these research findings into each and every classroom in your school.

The talk will be followed by the opportunity for a live Q&A with Bradley and Jade to discuss what you learnt.

Important information

  • This talk will happen online, on Zoom. A link will be sent to you after booking.
  • The talks will start at 4.30pm GMT and end at 6pm GMT. Please make note of your time zone.
  • A recording will be made available for 48 hours post-event.
  • This talk is £35 + VAT. The price also includes Eventbrite fees.

About the organisers

InnerDrive is a London-based teaching & learning company. We focus on turning psychological research into practical strategies and resources to help teachers and students learn, perform and feel better.

Jade Pearce is an Assistant Headteacher leading on Teaching & Learning and professional Development at Walton High School in Staffordshire. She is an Evidence Lead in Education for Staffordshire Research School and a member of the Education Endowment Foundation’s Expert Voices Group.

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Apr 27 2022


4:30 pm - 6:00 pm





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