D&T Research

Published 10th June 2022

Retrieval Practice is currently a popular and focused on pedagogical approach in schools, due to the emphasis coming from the DfE and Ofsted on cognitive sciences research.

Chelsea Barker is undertaking research into retrieval practice within Design and Technology (D&T) for her Masters in Educational Practice at Liverpool John Moores University. This could be the first study of its kind in relation to D&T, so it could provide important evidence for the wider D&T community.

She is keen to hear from D&T teachers about their experience of retrieval practice and invite you to participate by undertaking a short online questionnaire.

The benefits of contributing to this research include building pedagogical knowledge of the benefits, limitations and applicability of retrieval practice to D&T, a concept currently at the forefront of educational policy and practice.

How do I participate?

Click here to find out more and complete the questionnaire. Your views are incredibly important to this research.

Email Chelsea Barker (researcher): c.barker2@2020.ljmu.ac.uk for more information.

The questionnaire takes about 10 minutes to complete and your time is appreciated.

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