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The nature and use of classroom groups in primary schools

Professor Peter Blatchford | Education | 01 September 1997

Placing pupils into various groups is a common organisational feature of all primary classrooms. However, too little is known about the nature if these groups and what functions they are designed to serve in the classroom in terms of pupils learning. ...

Improving the effectiveness of pupil groups in classrooms

Professor Peter Blatchford | Education | 01 January 2001

This is the first large scale study designed to develop and evaluate effective group-work at the primary and secondary school level. The project aims to enhance the learning/achievement potential of pupils (key stages 1-3) working in classroom groups ...

The nature and use of within class groupings in secondary schools

Professor Peter Blatchford | Education | 01 September 1999

The project will for the first time describe and analyse the nature of groupings (size and composition) as used within secondary classrooms in relation to different tasks employed by teachers. Practices will be compared across curricula, pupil year g ...

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