Zoe Elder

Zoe Elder

Zoë is a senior leader in Clevedon Community School just outside Bristol where she leads on coaching, research, development and pedagogical and curriculum innovation as Director of the Clevedon Learning Hub,">Zoë also works with teachers, teaching assistants and school leaders in primary, special and secondary schools around the UK. She develops cross-school action research programmes, leading pedagogic group and 1:1 coaching and innovation projects.

She has recently published a her "Full On Learning: Involve me and I’ll understand” and also spend time blogging on iwww.fullonlearning.com. You can also find her on her micro-action research site www.marginallearninggains.com

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Friday, 28 March 2014 10:28

The Marginal Learning Gains Theory

The theory of Marginal Learning Gains is inspired by the philosophy that underpinned the extraordinary success of Team GB Cycling at the Beijing and London Olympics and of the Team Sky Pro Cycling Team at the 2012 Tour de France. The philosophy is simple: focus on doing a number of few small things really well. Once you do this, aggregating the gains you make will become part of a bigger impact on learning. For students, for teachers and schools.

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