Imagine a web where there are no pay walls to access research papers, where it is easy to access the latest research paper or journal. Would academic life be easier without the constraints of limited access to evidence that underpins academic work or would academics and students be too spoilt for choice?
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Sue Soan gave a key note presentation at Edubury 3, the East Kent based monthly meetup for all those interested in education. She presented the findings from her recent PhD on provision and support for Looked After Children who have experienced abuse or neglect. Below is a report of the presentation including a full video. […]
…there is a real mismatch between what teachers, leaders and policy makers feel research should do and what it actually does…Engaging with theory is difficult and bringing it to bear on real classrooms is even more so, but this does not mean we should abandon it.
Ben Goldacre’s recent call for more randomised controlled trials (RCTs) in education has renewed interest in evidence-based or -informed practice. Large-scale syntheses of existing studies, such as John Hattie’s, have also become popular reading. While such evidence is thought to tell us ‘what works best’, it does not always reveal why. It is also not […]