Best of the Best: Progress features in SecEd

07 July 2017

‹Within Issue 483 of SecEd an article is included featuring ˜Best of the Best: Progress™ by Isabella Wallace and Leah Kirkman.

The article is titled ˜Progress: Knowing where to start™ and conveys œthere is wealth of evidence out there about how to boost student progress.

To read the full article why not purchase your very own copy now!

Isabella Wallace and Leah Kirkman have recently published a new addition to ˜The Best of the Best™ series - ˜Best of the Best: Feedback™ and have also announced a forthcoming addition to the series ˜Best of the Best: Engagement™.

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