Today, the EEF has published the fifth episode of our podcast, ‘Evidence into Action’, focusing on developing oral language.
In this instalment, hosts Alex Quigley and, EEF programme manager, Sarah Tillotson, are joined by guests including programme developers, speech therapists and school practitioners, to discuss oral language interventions and how to successfully implement them schools.
- Gillian West, Lecturer at the University of Oxford Department of Education; & Claudine Bowyer-Crane, Associate Research Director at the National Institute of Economic & Social Research (NIESR) explore the development of the Nuffield Early Language Intervention (NELI), along with the research on the impact of the Covid pandemic on young children. (Start – 38:12);
- Caroline Coyne, Joanne Burr & Rhian Owen – all part of Communicate SLT CIC – discuss the Leading Language and Loving It programme and approach. (38:13 – 55:34); and
- Charlotte Hardwick, a teaching assistant at Settrington Primary School and Rebecca Austwick, headteacher at Bentley High St Primary in Doncaster, explore the process of developing pupils’ oral language and implementing NELI successfully in schools. (55:35 – End)
For quick and easy access to future episodes, search for ‘Evidence into Action’ in Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or Google Podcasts and make sure you subscribe there.