Research In The Classroom

Episodes

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Genome: [r4 Bd=19691013]

To Stream or not to Stream'

WILLEM VAN DER EYKEN asks BRIAN JACKSON , Director of the Advisory Centre for Education, about the social and practical implications of his research into streaming in primary schools

Produced by JUDITH WALTON

For accompanying publication see page 2

Genome: [r4 Bd=19691013]

Unknown: Willem van Der Eyken

Unknown: Brian Jackson

Produced By: Judith Walton

Genome: [r4 Bd=19691020]

Reading in the Primary School 'Poor readers with the greatest number of personal handicaps not only come from the least propitious homes but also have the most unsatisfactory primary schooling.'

DR JOYCE MORRIS of the London University Institute of Education talks to WILLEM VAN DER EYKEN about her research into reading standards and progress Produced by JUDITH WALTON

Genome: [r4 Bd=19691020]

Unknown: Dr Joyce Morris

Unknown: Willem van Der

Produced By: Judith Walton

Genome: [r4 Bd=19691027]

Inside the Big School

Is it inevitable that the child as an individual is neglected in the big school? PROFESSOR JOHN MAYS of Liverpool University discusses his investigation of a large comprehensive school in Lancashire with WILLEM VAN DER EYKEN

Produced by JUDITH WALTON For publication see page 58

Genome: [r4 Bd=19691027]

Unknown: John Mays

Unknown: Willem van Der Eyken

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Genome: [r4 Bd=19691103]

Boys and Girls -

Together or Apartt

' Problems concerned with discipline are more difficult to solve when the sexes are combined.'

' Discipline is easier in a mixed school.'

REGINALD DALE , Senior Lecturer in Education at University College, Swansea, has been involved in research into co-education for 20 years. He discusses some of his findings with WILLEM VAN DER EYKEN

Produced by JUDITH WALTON For publication see page 56

Genome: [r4 Bd=19691103]

Unknown: Reginald Dale

Unknown: Willem van Der Eyken

Produced By: Judith Walton

Genome: [r4 Bd=19691110]

Home and the 'It has long been recognised that education is concerned with the whole man; henceforth it must be concerned with the whole family.' This is one of the conclusions of the Plow-den Report, with which susie BARRY, now of the Further Education Group at Brunei University, was closely involved. She discusses her work with WILLEMVAN DER EYKEN

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For publication see page 46

Genome: [r4 Bd=19691110]

Produced By: Judith Walton

Genome: [r4 Bd=19691117]

French at Primary School

WILLEM VAN DER EYKEN talks to CLARE BURSTALL , senior research officer of the National Foundation for Educational Research, who is currently evaluating the Pilot Scheme for the teaching of French in primary schools.

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For publication see page 74

Genome: [r4 Bd=19691117]

Talks: Willem van Der Eyken

Unknown: Clare Burstall

Produced By: Judith Walton

Genome: [r4 Bd=19691124]

Intelligence and Modern Mathematics

Can a child's score in Intelligence tests be improved by the study of modern mathematics? Can intelligence be taught? WILLEM VAN DER EYKEN aSkS JOHN WILLIAMS and KEN FOCEL-MAN of the National Foundation for Educational Research about the implications of their work in this field.

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(For publication see page 58)

Genome: [r4 Bd=19691124]

Unknown: Willem van Der Eyken

Unknown: John Williams

Unknown: Ken Focel-Man

Unknown: Judith Walton

Genome: [r4 Bd=19691201]

The Role of the Teacher

How can a productive link be made between the experience of the teacher and that of the educational researcher?

WILLEM VAN DER EYKEN talks to JOHN WILLIAMS of the National Foundation for Educational Research who is developing a project directly involving the classroom teacher in research.

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Genome: [r4 Bd=19691201]

Talks: Willem van Der Eyken

Unknown: John Williams

Produced By: Judith Walton