zEngaging with Research and Evidence in School: What's the point?
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|Event Subject or Topic Area:||Research|
|Target Audience:||Those aspiring to and/or currently engaging in school-based research|
If you want to learn what it means to develop and embed an evidence-informed approach in your school, then this opportunity is for you. The Wellington College Teaching School Partnership and the UCL Institute of Education are working together to offer this 3 part programme.
It is designed to enable you to introduce, or consolidate, a research and development culture and capacity. Between sessions, you are encouraged to apply your learning through collaborative, practice-based enquiries centred on issues of strategic importance to your school.
"By collecting better evidence about what works best, and establishing a culture where this evidence is used as a matter of routine, we can improve outcomes for children, and increase professional independence." - Ben Goldacre reporting to the DfE (Building evidence into education).
Session 1 (Course Lead: Vivienne Porritt, UCL IOE)
Session 2 (Course facilitator: David Godfrey, UCL IOE)
Engaging with research
Engaging in research
Session 3 (Course Lead: Vivienne Porritt, UCL IOE)
|Course Leader 1:||
Vivienne Porritt (Director fo School Partnerships at UCL Institue of Education (IOE))
Passionate about developing sustainable relationships between schools, networks and the IOE, Vivienne is focused on helping educators design and embed a research and evidence-informed approach to professional and leadership development. She works with schools and national agencies to develop greater clarity in their approaches to these areas, and specialises in the strategic leadership of professional learning. Vivienne supports schools to adapt a practical approach to impact evaluation and to engage with and in research, through collaboration.
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David Godfrey (Research Officer)
David Godfrey (UCL Institute of Education) Research Officer
|No of Participants:||20|
|SPONSOR/PARTNER||UCL Institute of Education|