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Thinking Together projects page, classroom image

This section provides a list of research projects, related to the Thinking Together programme, that we have undertaken:

  • Smile: Thinking Together around ICT in the Primary Mathematics Curriculum: Improving Classroom Practice
  • Talking for Success at Key Stage 1: Widening Access to Educational Opportunities through Teaching Children how to Reason Together
  • Language, Thinking and ICT in the Key Stage 2 Curriculum: The Thinking Together approach with ICT to Maths and Science
  • Thinking Together at Key Stage 3: A joint Milton Keynes-Open University project for raising achievement in English and foundation subjects.
  • Dialogic Teaching in Science:  This project examined the incidence, nature and functions of teacher-student dialogue in science education in upper primary and lower secondary classrooms. 
  • Interactive Whiteboards and Collaborative Pupil Learning in Primary Science (KS2): This project investigated the uses of whiteboards in primary science for extending dialogic teaching and learning. Please go to IWB Science
  • The Oracy Project: The aim of this project was to create a teacher-friendly toolkit for assessing the spoken language skills of school students in Year 7. Please go to Oracy Skills Toolkit 
  • Digitalised Dialogues Across the Curriculum: DiDiAC investigates the connections between the Thinking Together Approach and the use of a microblogging tool, Talkwall, in English and Norwegian classrooms. Please go to DiDiAC  

Professional  Development for Teachers

For professional development opportunities please go to the Oracy Cambridge website.