Leading the use of research and evidence in schools
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Author(s):
Dr Chris Brown

This collection of diverse (and sometimes clashing) views on the current drive for schools to become 'research-engaged' asks how time-pressured teachers and school leaders can work with research to improve their practice.

With contributions from teachers, journalists, researchers, senior academics, policy advisers and CPD consultants this book aims to support schools as they grapple with the challenges of using (and generating) evidence. Each chapter opens with a brief overview and includes resource boxes – signposting extra information and case studies – and messages summarising the key areas of discussion.

The book closes with a checklist that provides both a summary of the core themes and an opportunity for leaders to take stock of the progress they have made in embedding successful research engagement in their schools.






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Author(s):
Dr Chris Brown

Published by:
Institute of Education

Date of publication:
April 2015

Country of origin:
UK

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Bringing together different views and methods on embedding research in schools, this collection will prove useful for school leaders and other professionals wishing to work with more evidence-based methods.


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