The school research lead and doing better evidence-based practice | Gary

One of the first successes of the Chartered College of Teaching has been to allow its members to access over 2000 educational journals, which had previously sat behind expensive paywalls.
Dame Alison Peacock, the college’s chief executive, said:

“Educational research can sometimes be seen as quite esoteric and separate from the realities of day-to-day teaching.

“We hope the knowledge and research platform we are developing will help to connect the big research ideas to classroom practice and allow our members to share their own insights on what works.”

However, having access to…

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