The school research lead and telling good advice from bad? | Gary

One of the challenges facing a school research lead is trying to discern what is good advice? Advice can come from many sources be it research, peers or even Twitter and blogs.   However (Argyris, 2000) argues that most  advice is fundamentally flawed and it is neither valid or actionable.  So the rest of this post will consider the following:
What is effective advice?What are the tests for the validity of advice?What are the tests for the actionability of advice?The implications of the above for school research leadsWhat is effective advice?

Argyris states Actions is effective to the extent…

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