Grounded in research. Shaped by experience.

TailoredPractice is grounded in educational research and shaped by classroom experiences in numerous settings across different ages. Together with schools, we connect the dots between relationships, memory and mindset to create a culture and climate that maximises learning for all – educators and the young people we support.  
RELATIONSHIPS

BELONGING | NORMS | EXPECTATIONS

BIAS | CULTURE

MEMORY
COGNITIVE LOAD | RETENTION
KNOWLEDGE | LEARNING STRATEGIES
MINDSET
SELF-BELIEF | METACOGNITION
FEEDBACK | CLASSROOM TALK

Build positive relationships by creating a sense of belonging, establishing norms and high expectations; and breaking down barriers like unconsious bias.

Maximise memory by managing cognitive load, using effective learning strategies, planning for long term retention and application of knowledge.

Cultivate learning mindsets by building self-belief; developing metacognitive skills; and using feedback, goal setting and classroom talk effectively.

IN SPOTLIGHT

Making it Stick:

Students learn about the science of learning

During form time, secondary school students participate in weekly sessions led by their tutors. They explore the science of how we learn and how to use different strategies to learn more effectively over the long term. Understanding memory is not just for teachers!

The new book, Connect the Dots, hits the shelves

Connect the Dots: The Collective Power of Relationships, Memory and Mindset in the Classroom is finally here.

 

Written by Tricia Taylor with Nina Dibner and illustrated by Oliver Caviglioli, the book is an evidence-based practical guide for teachers

and leaders. Read more about Connect the Dots on the About page or see below for a look inside. 

Look inside

Scroll through the some sample pages of Connect the Dots. 

A Tailored approach: how does it work?

TailoredPractice builds on what participants already know and do effectively and model effective teaching practice as part of how we deliver training. 
  • What are you already doing? 

Start by tapping into what you already know and do in your context.   

  • What does the evidence say?  

Understand the research that is relevant to your focus, presented in clear, memorable ways. 

  • So what?​

See examples of what the research looks like in practice in real classrooms. 

  • What's next?

Produce a plan for putting it into practice in your school context.

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I came away buzzing and have already written my timeline for implementation in my school.

Head of Phase:

Cooperation Almondbury

Community School

WHAT'S HAPPENING?

The Blog

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Self-fulfilling prophecy Expectations Ta

Three Key Areas for Leaders to Connect—and 9 practical Ideas  

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Get Names Right—Right from the Start. It's Worth it

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Managing Multitasking: What teachers and students need to know—and do

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Retrieval practice: How to get students using it

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