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13:30 - 16:00 5 June 2015

When does research evidence count?


Large seminar room | London Knowledge lab (link Map)
29 Emerald Street, London | London | WC1N 3QS | United Kingdom

Open to: Academic | Alumni | Public | Student
Admission: Free
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Excellence in education and in educational technology is critical for the UK to compete globally, and for the success of individual education providers. However there is “Little continuing improvement in the quality of instruction – because there is no consistent basis for building the evidence of what works and what does not.”1 What can we do about this and how can and when should research evidence impact on educational technology design and use?

There will be presentations and demos about education findings, tools and policy to support widening participation.

1 Morris & Hiebert (2011). Creating Shared Instructional Products : An Alternative Approach to Improving Teaching. Educational Researcher, 40(1), 5-14.


Patricia Charlton
+44 (0)7941 053 901 | p.charlton@ioe.ac.uk


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