RESEARCH2019-03-20T22:46:06+00:00

On Learning to Learn (metacognition and self-regulation)
  • Mannion, J., McAllister, K., Mercer, N. (2018) The Learning Skills curriculum: raising the bar, closing the gap at GCSE. Impact, the Journal of the Chartered College of Teaching, Sept 2018. LINK
  • Mannion, J. (2018) Metacognition, self-regulation, oracy: A mixed methods case study of a complex, whole-school Learning to Learn intervention. PhD thesis, Hughes Hall, University of Cambridge. DOWNLOAD
  • Mannion, J. & Mercer, N. (2016) Learning to learn: improving attainment, closing the gap at Key Stage 3. Curriculum Journal, 27(2), 246-271. DOWNLOAD
  • Mannion, J, (2016) Metacognition & self-regulation: Harnessing the how of learning. Insight MagazineDOWNLOAD
On oracy
  • Mercer, N., Mannion, J., Warwick, P. (2019) Oracy education: the development of young people’s spoken language skills. In The Routledge International Handbook of Research on Dialogic Education.  N. Mercer, R. Wegerif, L. Major (Eds).
  • Mannion, J. & Mercer, N,. (2016) Oracy across the Welsh curriculum: A research-based review: key principles and recommendations for teachers. Report for the Welsh Government. Oracy Cambridge. DOWNLOAD 
  • Mannion, J. (2017) Why oracy is more important than literacy and numeracy put together. Oracy CambridgeLINK
On action research 
  • Mannion, J. (2017) Evidence-informed practice: the importance of professional judgment. Impact, the Journal of the Chartered College of Teaching, Interim edition, pp38-40. LINK
  • Mannion, J. (2016) How I learned to stop worrying and love teacher research. Optimus Education. LINK
  • Mannion, J. (2016) Action Research and SEND. Special Children Magazine. LINK
On virtual reality
  • Mannion, J. (2019) Growth headset? Exploring the use of virtual reality and augmented reality in schools. Impact, the Journal of the Chartered College of Teaching, Jan 2019. LINK
  • Mannion J (2018) Growth Headset? Exploring the use of VR and AR in schoolsDOWNLOAD
Conference presentations
  • Mannion, J. (2018) Why oracy is more important than literacy and numeracy put together. Keystone Assessment Conference:A 20-20 Vision for Assessment. South Lincolnshire Teaching School Alliance.
  • Mannion, J. (2018) Growth Headset: Exploring the use of Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality in Schools. National Conference of the Independent Schools Council Digital Strategy Group, Radley College, November 28.
  • Mannion, J. (2018) Why researchED should be called implementationED. researchED National Conference, Sep 8.
  • Mannion, J., McAllister, K. (2018) The Learning Skills curriculum: Raising the Bar, Closing the Gap. International Festival of Education East. West Suffolk College, April 16.
  • Mannion, J. (2017) Silver bullets, magic wands and tooth fairies: why education research needs to embrace complexity. researchED National Conference, Sep 9.
  • Mannion, J. (2017) Why oracy is more important than literacy and numeracy put together. Northern Rocks, Leeds Beckett University, June.
  • Mannion, J. (2017) Creativity is *really* complicated, and it can be taught. Here’s how. Streatham & Clapham TeachMeet, May.
  • Mannion, J. (2016) How to bridge the Ed Tech gap, and get even better at what we do. National Conference of the Independent Schools Council Digital Strategy Group, Microsoft Reading, November 28.
  • Mannion, J., McAllister, K. (2018) Rethinking Learning to Learn as a complex intervention. researchED National Conference, Sept.
  • Mannion, J. (2016) Learning to Learn: Raising the bar, closing the gap. Kaleidoscope conference, University of Cambridge, May.
  • Mannion, J., Brown, C. (2016) Praxis: professional development through research inquiry. researchED National Conference, Sept.
  • Mannion, J. (2014) Evaluation of a whole-school Learning to Learn programme. ELCEP conference, University of Cambridge, July.
  • Mannion, J. (2013) Learning to Learn: Developing a whole-school, evidence-based approach. National Conference of the British Educational Research Association, Sept.