Learning to research: good for teachers, parents and children

Learning to research: good for teachers, parents and children

Susan Young shines a spotlight on the benefits of evidence-informed teaching

Susan Young talks to Early Years teacher, Jane Flood about becoming part of a Research Learning Community.

13 July 2017/Number of views (1146)/Comments (0)/
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Share your views on the DfE’s strength of evidence to current policy

Share your views on the DfE’s strength of evidence to current policy

You’ve until midday on 12 December 2014 to submit your response

The Education Committee invites views on the strength of evidence from the DfE to shape its work in 2015.
04 December 2014/Number of views (5584)/Comments (0)/
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