Last week, Schools Week released an article on the success of Achievement for All’s ULiS project entitled PhD researchers and teachers work together to create new learning resources.
“A project launched last year to improve teaching practice by partnering researchers with schools has created 10 new modules for key stage 3 pupils.
The two-year University Learning in Schools scheme originally produced five modules in English language, English literature, geography, biology and physics.
The modules are created by PhD researchers and teachers getting together to exchange subject expertise about how best to get that knowledge across in the classroom.
The new 10 are in English literature, mathematics, chemistry, biology, physics, history, computer science, psychology, economics and RE and will be made available for all secondary schools to download from July.”