Loadsa goodies…

If you’re interested in evidence informed teaching, this page has loads of stuff to satisfy your curiosity:

  1. High Impact Teaching books
  2. Evidence Snacks newsletter
  3. Science of memory readers
  4. Science of motivation readers
  5. Teacher expertise readers
  6. Future of teaching readers

High Impact Teaching books

I’ve written 4 books for teachers. Each one stitches together the best available evidence on a key topic into a coherent and actionable framework that you can use to power up your teaching 💪 AND they’re super concise—you can read each in less than an hour.

“I doubt you’ll find an education book with more useful insights per minute of reading time.” — Dylan Wiliam, Emeritus Professor of Educational Assessment at UCL

“It’s not easy to write a book that is simultaneously brief, packed with ideas, and clear, but Peps has done it.” — Daniel Willingham, Professor of Psychology at University of Virginia

Which is best for you? Here’re my recommendations:

  • Lean Lesson Planning → A solid introduction for those seeking some basic, evidence-informed principles for learning design.
  • Memorable Teaching → Best for folks keen to understand how to apply ideas from cognitive science to the classroom.
  • Motivated Teaching → Best for teachers interested in how social, emotional, and cultural research can guide our practice.
  • Developing Expert Teaching → The cherry on the top, essential reading for anyone who helps other teachers to get better.

If you ever fancy ordering a batch for your school, just drop me a message… I can ship bulk orders (50+) at a hefty discount.

Evidence Snacks newsletter

I write a weekly 5-minute email for teachers keen to keep up-to-date with the latest research and thinking around effective teaching, read by 20k+ teachers. Check it out:

Science of memory readers

The following is a broad selection of readers for anyone interested in dipping their toe into the science of memory (aka ‘cognitive science’).

Science of motivation readers

Here’s a selection of readers for anyone interested in dipping their toe into the science of motivation (* = a good place to start).

And for those who want to go full geek, the legendary Kathryn Morgan has pulled together all the links from Motivated Teaching into one handy all-the-links-you’ll-ever-need spreadsheet!

Teacher expertise readers

Selected readers on teacher expertise.

Future of teaching readers

Selected readers on the applied science of teaching.