JADE PEARCE

Embedding a research-informed culture

About this Keynote

Jade explains how leaders can look at embedding an evidence-informed culture into their schools. She discusses key enablers to developing evidence-informed practice: relationships and trust, development and the use of evidence. In the latter half of her talk, Jade turns to the practical implementations of these, outlining steps which can be implemented in the classroom to try and embed evidence-informed practice. Jade touches upon taking a whole-school approach, dissemination and engagement, and teacher research. 

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MEET THE PRESENTER

Jade Pearce

 Director Of Programmes

Jade Pearce has been teaching Economics and Business for 12 years, and is an Assistant Headteacher leading on Teaching & Learning and CPD. She is an Evidence Lead in Education with Staffordshire Research School and a member of the Education Endowment Foundation Expert Voices Group. She is a primary school governor and regularly writes for education media. 

MEET THE PRESENTER

Jade Pearce
Director Of Programmes

Jade Pearce has been teaching Economics and Business for 12 years, and is an Assistant Headteacher leading on Teaching & Learning and CPD. She is an Evidence Lead in Education with Staffordshire Research School and a member of the Education Endowment Foundation Expert Voices Group. She is a primary school governor and regularly writes for education media.

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