Better: Evidence-based Education: The magazine that explores what really works in the classroom
Best Evidence Encyclopaedia: The website that shows the strength of evidence supporting educational programmes
A Book For Governors: The must-read book for school governors
Publications (and conference presentations) by each member of staff are also listed within their personal profiles.
Hutchings J, and Bywater T (2013), Delivering the Incredible Years Parent Programme to Foster Carers in Wales: Reflections from Group Leader Supervision, Adoption & Fostering, 37(1), 28–42.
Williams M, Hutchings J, Bywater T, Daley D, and Whitaker C (2013), Schedule of Growing Skills II: Pilot Study of an Alternative Scoring Method. Psychology, 4(3), 143–152.
Charles JM, Edwards RT, Bywater T, and Hutchings J (2013), Micro-costing in Public Health Economics: Step Towards a Standardised Framework, Using the Incredible Years Toddler Parenting Programme as a Worked Example. Prevention Science.
Sheard M, Ross S, and Cheung A (2013), Social-emotional Learning Championing Freedom, Education and Development: A Vehicle for At-risk Students to Succeed. Cypriot Journal of Educational Sciences, (8)1, 1-18.
Slavin R, Sheard M, Hanley P, Elliott L, Chambers B, and Cheung A (2013), Effects of Co-operative Learning and Embedded Multimedia on Mathematics Learning in Key Stage 2. Final Report. York: Institute for Effective Education, University of York.
Griffith N, Hitchings J, Bywater T and Daley D (accepted for publication), Universal Interventions to Tackle Child Poverty: Did They Get it Right This Time? Journal of Children's Services.
Ackers J and Hardman F (in press), Reforming teacher education in East Africa: moving beyond the 'teacher-centered' versus 'child-centered' debate. In W Hoppers (ed), Promoting Critical Knowledge Skills and Qualifications for Sustainable Development in Africa: How to Design and Implement an Effective Response through Education and Training. Paris: Association for Development of Education in Africa.