Education Endowment Foundation:EEF in the news: New neuroscience projects

EEF in the news: New neuroscience projects

0 minutes •

Six newly funded projects by the Wellcome Trust and EEF were announced today. The projects seek to investigate a variety of ways neuroscience might improve teaching and learning in the UK.

See below for media coverage;

  • Later school start time may boost GCSE results’ (BBC)
  • Children will get extra hour in bed as schools sign up to performance tests (Times)
  • Major study of teenage sleep patterns aims to assess impact on learning (Guardian)
  • Experiment will show whether teenagers perform better – after a lie-in (Independent)
  • Teenagers to start school at 10am in Oxford University sleep experiment (Telegraph)
  • Teenagers to sleep late for neuroscience (TES)
  • Thousands of pupils to take part in trial to see if a later start will make a difference (Daily Mail)
  • Trial will test if longer lie-ins lead to better GCSE results(FT)