After-Action Review : A quick and simple technique to assess the quality of decisions | Gary

One of the essential tasks of the evidence-based practitioner is to evaluate the outcomes of  evidence-based decisions.  So at the start of term, a number of new practices will have been introduced into schools which resulted from decisions made during the previous school-year, for let’s say, changes to pupil induction,  or how resources have been allocated to students requiring support, and a new timetable structure.  However, given the day to day pressures within schools of having to constantly prioritise the urgent and important, at the expense of the non-urgent and important, this post…

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