BECOMING EVIDENCE-INFORMED

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PROFESSOR CAMILLA GILMORE

Should teachers use research that contrasts with their own personal experience?

Discover how to tackle research conflicting with your own professional experience, to gain a different perspective on a topic.
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PROFESSOR CAMILLA GILMORE

What are the best ways for teachers to access the latest research?

Learn about Professor Gilmore's top tips for getting around the difficulties of research being locked behind paywalls and written in heavy jargon.
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PROFESSOR CAMILLA GILMORE

What are randomised-control trials and how useful are they in education

Find out what randomised-control trials (RCTs) are and learn about their two main purposes in education: building theories, and evaluating existing programs.
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PROFESSOR CAMILLA GILMORE

What is the difference between correlation and causation?

Learn about the similarities and differences between these two concepts and why it’s so easy to get them confused.
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ANDREW WATSON

What to do when you read conflicting research

Discover how finding contradictory research might be good news as it shows you have been digging far enough. 
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ANDREW WATSON

Are certain research designs more useful to educators than others?

Learn more about the strengths and limitations of meta-analysis, randomised control trials and other research methods that are relevant to educators.
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ANDREW WATSON

How much should research inform teaching practice?

Andrew suggests that research should inform rather than replace teachers' own judgment, knowledge and teaching strategies.
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PROFESSOR CAMILLA GILMORE
RESEARCHER

Should teachers use research that contrasts with their own personal experience?

Learn how to tackle research conflicting with your own professional experience, to gain a different perspective on a topic.
 Watch here 
PROFESSOR CAMILLA GILMORE
RESEARCHER

What are the best ways for teachers to access the latest research?

Discover Professor Gilmore's top tips for getting around the difficulties of research being locked behind paywalls and written in heavy jargon.
 Watch here 
PROFESSOR CAMILLA GILMORE
RESEARCHER

What are randomised-control trials and how useful are they in education

Find out what randomised-control trials (RCTs) are and learn about their two main purposes in education: building theories, and evaluating existing programs.
 Watch here 
PROFESSOR CAMILLA GILMORE
RESEARCHER

What is the difference between correlation and causation?

Learn about the similarities and differences between these two concepts and why it’s so easy to get them confused.
 Watch here 
ANDREW WATSON
RESEARCHER

What to do when you read conflicting research

Discover how finding contradictory research might be good news as it shows you have been digging far enough. 
ANDREW WATSON
RESEARCHER

Are certain research designs more useful to educators than others?

Learn more about the strengths and limitations of meta-analysis, randomised control trials and other research methods that are relevant to educators.
ANDREW WATSON
RESEARCHER

How much should research inform teaching practice?

Andrew suggests that research should inform rather than replace teachers' own judgment, knowledge and teaching strategies.

JADE PEARCE

Embedding a research-informed culture

Find out how leaders can work towards embedding an evidence-informed culture into their schools.

JONNIE NOAKES AND DR IRO KONSTANTINOU

The Science of Learning Meets the Art of Teaching: Lessons from Eton College

Find out how we can make our teaching more evidence-informed.

CAT SCUTT

Helping staff become evidence-informed

Learn about how we can use evidence to inform our practice more effectively in the classroom, plus the dangers of misinterpreting research findings.

JIM HEAL AND CARL HENDRICK

How teaching happens: Important Paradoxes

Discover some key ideas from Jim and Carl's book How Teaching Happens, with focus on teaching paradoxes. 
JADE PEARCE
PRESENTER

Embedding a research-informed culture

Find out how leaders can look at embedding an evidence-informed culture into their schools.
JONNIE NOAKES AND DR IRO KONSTANTINOU
PRESENTERS

The Science of Learning Meets the Art of Teaching: Lessons from Eton College

Discover how we can make our teaching more evidence-informed. 
CAT SCUTT
PRESENTER

Helping staff become evidence-informed

Learn about how we can use evidence to inform our practice more effectively in the classroom, plus the dangers of misinterpreting research findings.
JIM HEAL AND CARL HENDRICK
PRESENTER

How teaching happens: Important Paradoxes

Discover some key ideas from Jim and Carl's book, "How Teaching Happens", particularly focusing on teaching paradoxes. 

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