Nadia Siddiqui
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Philosophy for Children: Evaluation report and executive summary
S Gorard, N Siddiqui, BH See
Education Endowment Foundation, 2018
992018
The trials of evidence-based education: The promises, opportunities and problems of trials in education
S Gorard, BH See, N Siddiqui
Taylor & Francis, 2017
572017
Grammar schools in England: a new analysis of social segregation and academic outcomes
S Gorard, N Siddiqui
British Journal of Sociology of Education 39 (7), 909-924, 2018
372018
Teachers’ use of research evidence in practice: a pilot study of feedback to enhance learning
BH See, S Gorard, N Siddiqui
Educational Research 58 (1), 56-72, 2016
372016
Accelerated Reader as a literacy catch-up intervention during primary to secondary school transition phase
N Siddiqui, S Gorard, BH See
Educational Review 68 (2), 139-154, 2016
342016
How stable are'school effects' assessed by a value-added technique?
S Gorard, R Hordosy, N Siddiqui
International education studies. 6 (1), 1-9, 2013
342013
Can ‘Philosophy for Children’improve primary school attainment?
S Gorard, N Siddiqui, BH See
Journal of Philosophy of Education 51 (1), 5-22, 2017
302017
Will the use of contextual indicators make UK higher education admissions fairer?
V Boliver, S Gorard, N Siddiqui
Education Sciences 5 (4), 306-322, 2015
282015
Which are the most suitable contextual indicators for use in widening participation to HE?
S Gorard, V Boliver, N Siddiqui, P Banerjee
Research Papers in Education 34 (1), 99-129, 2019
242019
Non-cognitive impacts of philosophy for children.
N Siddiqui, S Gorard, BH See
School of Education, Durham University, 2017
232017
Socio-economic segregation of disadvantaged children between schools in Pakistan: comparing the state and private sector
N Siddiqui
Educational Studies 43 (4), 391-409, 2017
212017
An evaluation of Fresh Start as a catch-up intervention: a trial conducted by teachers
S Gorard, N Siddiqui, BH See
Educational Studies 42 (1), 98-113, 2016
192016
Comparing government and private schools in Pakistan: The way forward for universal education
N Siddiqui, S Gorard
International Journal of Educational Research 82, 159-169, 2017
182017
An evaluation of the ‘Switch‐on Reading’literacy catch‐up programme
S Gorard, N Siddiqui, BH See
British Educational Research Journal 41 (4), 596-612, 2015
182015
An analysis of school-based contextual indicators for possible use in widening participation.
S Gorard, N Siddiqui, V Boliver
Higher education studies. 7 (2), 79, 2017
132017
Philosophy for Children
S Gorard, N Siddiqui, BH See
Education Endowment Foundation.[Available online at: https …, 2015
132015
The importance of process evaluation for randomised control trials in education
N Siddiqui, S Gorard, BH See
Educational Research 60 (3), 357-370, 2018
122018
Can programmes like Philosophy for Children help schools to look beyond academic attainment?
N Siddiqui, S Gorard, BH See
Educational Review 71 (2), 146-165, 2019
112019
Parental education as a determinant of school choice: A comparative study of school types in Pakistan
N Siddiqui
Research in Education 99 (1), 3-18, 2017
112017
Can explicit teaching of knowledge improve reading attainment? An evaluation of the Core Knowledge curriculum
BH See, S Gorard, N Siddiqui
British Educational Research Journal 43 (2), 372-393, 2017
112017
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