An evaluation of TEEP

4 November 2016

The Teacher Effectiveness Enhancement Programme (TEEP) is a teacher professional development programme which aims to improve teachers’ classroom practice.

An evaluation of the TEEP programme was conducted by The Institute for Effective Education using a randomised controlled trial with over 10,000 students in 45 low-performing secondary schools across England. Schools were randomly allocated to receive either the TEEP training or continue with ‘business as usual’ practice. The primary outcome measures were grades in GCSE English and Mathematics.

Overall, the evaluation of the TEEP programme showed no effect on GCSE English or maths scores in the low-performing schools selected for the trial, nor did it have an impact for students eligible for free school meals, for either gender, or for students of different ability levels. However, both teachers and students were enthusiastic about the programme and believed that it improved students’ learning.

Read the full report on the EEF website.

Posted on 4 November 2016
Posted in: Evidence