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- Meeting 20 (8th Oct. 2013): Schools that make a difference to post-compulsory uptake of science
- #SciTeachJC: Discrete KS3 HSW
- Meeting Nineteen (7th May): A School’s Experience of the Discrete Teaching of Scientific Skills at Early Secondary Level
- Meeting Eighteen (16th April) The Impact of Teacher Subject Knowledge on Student Achievement: Evidence from Within-Teacher Within-Student Variation
- Meeting Seventeen (19th March) The use of ethical frameworks by students following a new science course for 16–18 year-olds
- Experts and experimental government | Geoff Mulgan | Education Today on About
- Experts and experimental government | Geoff Mulgan - Government Tenders, Government News and Information - Government Online on About
- The evidence based teaching bandwagon on Summary of Meeting Sixteen
- The evidence based teaching bandwagon on Archive: Meeting Six — Learning Styles
- The Evidence-Based-Teaching Bandwagon | Teaching Science on Summary of Meeting Sixteen