What is the Rapid Recall Evaluation Project all about?
Teachers keep telling us how good the Rapid Recall Whiteboards are, but we know we need concrete evidence to make it easier for schools to justify the investment.
Following the Education Endowment Foundation’s guidelines, schools evaluate the boards to assess whether they can raise confidence and aptitude in number skills.
During the Autumn Term of 2017, 6 local Norfolk Schools took part. Watch to see what the teachers and the students had to say about the boards at the end of the project!
What we are looking for…
We’re looking for a school that can fit the following requirements to be a part of our next Rapid Recall Evaluation Project.
A school with two classes per year group – one to use as a research class, and one as a control class.
A teacher that’s willing to supply us with pre-test and post-test data in return for the free resources to use throughout the project.
A headteacher that’s happy to sign off the project.
What do you get ?
Free pack of boards worth £135!
Once you have completed your Pre-tests you will recieve a 30 pack of boards worth £135!
This is yours to keep, unless you for some reason cannot complete the duration of the 10 week project.
Our Rapid Recall handbook contains everything you need to carry out your the evaluation project.
The handbook contains pre and post-tests for all year groups (2-6), suggestions of ways to use and mark the boards, mastery activities, tracking grids, ways to measure progress, certificates for children, ‘38 Ways to Master Maths with the Rapid Recall Whiteboards’ and much more.
Want to get your school involved?
CPD Videos + Presentation
CPD training videos for every year group from Sense of Number’s Anthony Reddy, and presentations to use in training staff and parents.
A great experience
When you complete the Evaluation Project you will have the chance to show that your school is part of an exciting and innovating maths project.
We promise that at the end of the project you’ll also have some great results to show off!
Timings of the project
Below is our expected timetable for running the Evaluation Project again in the Autumn Term, 2018.