Tag: evidence-informed

What does an evidence-informed school look like?

10 September 2018

As a network of Research Schools, we are spending a great deal of time working with schools from all over the country, to help them become more ‘evidence-informed’. Whilst doing so, it’s important that we step back and think about what we are trying to achieve. What are the ‘active ingredients’ of an evidence informed school? […]

Author: Shaun Allison
Posted on: 10 September 2018
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EEF Evaluation: Communicating and Engaging with Research

12 December 2017

Recently, the EEF published its findings from two ‘Literacy Octopus’ trials, so called after their multi-armed design. Both trials focused on supporting teaching and learning of literacy at KS2, and evaluated the impact of communicating research to schools […]

Author: Fran Haynes
Posted on: 12 December 2017
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How can teachers become more evidence-informed?

17 September 2017

In this blog post, Shaun Allison, Director of Durrington Research School, looks at how teachers can be more evidence informed. […]

Author: Shaun Allison
Posted on: 17 September 2017
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