Evidence that counts: what happens when teachers apply scientific methods to their practice
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Richard Churches and Tony McAleavy

This publication contains 12 poster-style reports on teacher-experimental research, explaining the potential for practising teachers to carry out research that applies the scientific method, both for the production of school-based local and contextual evidence, and for the development of a research-informed and led teaching profession.

It also illustrates how poster-style reporting can be an engaging way to help teachers understand education research, including how the research was conducted and its implications for other teachers.

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Richard Churches and Tony McAleavy

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Education Development Trust (formerly CfBT Education Trust)

Date of publication:
September 2015

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Exploring the potential for school-based research, and providing examples of teacher-led research practice, this collection of academic posters will be of interest to professionals keen to introduce more research and evidence into their practice. 


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