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October 2016
TEEP CUREE evaluation report online
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TEEP Evaluation

The full evaluation reports for the evaluations of TEEP at Tower Hamlets, the University of York, the University of Warwick and by the Centre for the Use of Research and Evidence in Education can be found below.

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TEEP CUREE evaluation report  - Oct 2016

The Centre for the Use of Research and Evidence in Education (CUREE)

The Centre for the Use of Research and Evidence in Education (CUREE) carried out an evaluation into the TEEP programme the TEEP programme as offered by SSAT. Their role was to gather information on how teachers were embedding and developing TEEP in the classroom, how school leaders were contributing to developing the impact of the programme and how learners were responding and developing positive attitudes to learning. The overall aim was to learn from schools what their experiences were both pre and post TEEP training, what has proven most effective and any areas where they feel TEEP support can be improved. The key conclusions can be seen on page 4.
An Evaluation of impact from TEEP: Whole School Model (WSM) - Final report, July 2010

Dr. Judith Gunraj

The purpose of this report is to identify if there has been any impact on the teachers, pupils and the school as an organisation from the Whole School Model of training and to evaluate it. The report contains the research design, including the sample, data collection methods and a brief profile of the schools in section two. Section three outlines findings whilst section four presents conclusions from the evaluation. Finally, recommendations are presented in section five.
An evaluation of the impact from TEEP - End of phase report Dec 2008

Department of Education Studies, University of York

This report present the findings from the evaluation of the Teacher Effectiveness Enhancement Programme (TEEP), building on the previous work. In phase 2 the programme extended its areas from secondary schools into primary and FE. The evaluation used data gathered from teachers, students and key staff at primary, secondary and FE schools and colleges after their TEEP training. The aims of the evaluation were to identify (a) the factors that resulted in schools and teachers becoming involved in TEEP, (b) impact on classroom practice, (c) impact on pupils’ learning experiences, and (d) factors impacting on ‘ownership of TEEP and the ways in which teachers chose to use TEEP.
Evaluation of GTEP Award in Tower Hamlets - Final Report, September 2006

Natasha Serret & Michael Reiss, Institute of Education
University of London

GTEP funded a three-year project in the Local Educational Authority (LEA) (now Local Authority, LA) of Tower Hamlets (2003-2006). The main goal of this project was to raise students’ science attainment by teaching science through scientific enquiry (Sc1) using the collaboration of GTEP’s TEEP (Teacher Effectiveness Enhancement Programme) and SEP (Science Enhancement Programme) in Tower Hamlets. The Institute of Education, University of London was commissioned to carry out an independent evaluation of the project’s evolution and its impact on the teaching and learning of science.
An evaluation of the impact from TEEP - End of phase 1 report, Aug 2005

Dr Judith Gunraj, University of Warwick

This report presents further findings from the evaluation of the Teacher Effectiveness Enhancement Programme (TEEP), building on and developing the previous work. The evaluation consists of the following main elements - evaluation of the TEEP Level 2 and intern training events, school visits, case study school visits to seven schools and Student Focus Groups - discussion groups with students about any affective impact from being taught through the TEEP programme.