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What was the Rapid Recall Evaluation Project all about?
Teachers kept telling us how good our Rapid Recall Whiteboards are, but we know that these claims mean nothing to schools without some concrete evidence, so we carried out an Evaluation Project.
So, following the Education Endowment Foundation’s guidelines, we had schools evaluate the boards to assess whether they could raise confidence and aptitude in number skills in just 10 weeks.
During the Autumn Term of 2017, 6 local Norfolk Schools took part in the trial. You can watch the video below to see what teachers and students had to say about the boards at the end of the project!
You can also:
- Read about Mundesley Junior School’s experience with the evaluation project here
- Find out more about Propeller’s Evaluation Schools
- Register your interest in taking part in one of Propeller’s upcoming school and teacher collaborations
Keep scrolling to hear what students, teachers and headteachers thought of the Rapid Recall Whiteboards, and to see the infographics we made with the incredible results from this project.
Hear from the Students and Teachers who took part in the Evaluation Project…
We provided every school taking part in the evaluation project with a pre-test and post-test to help us evaluate the data before and after the 10 weeks. We’ve compiled the results, along with feedback from both pupils and teachers, into this colourful infographic below. Keep scrolling to see what we found!
What are the Rapid Recall Whiteboards?
Rapid Recall Whiteboards have been designed by teachers to promote discussion, maintain fluency and develop mastery in primary maths. The double-sided, A3 drywipe boards cover key National Curriculum Number objectives for each year group, while still revising the previous years’ concepts. Simply change the starting number on your whiteboard to change the challenge!
The boards are easy to use, curriculum compliant, made by teachers and come with a wealth of free supporting resources in print and online.
- Find out more
- Read about schools’ experiences with the boards
- Take your Rapid Recall Whiteboards further
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