My apologies for the bulk email - but I thought this might be interesting
to some of you ...
When does research evidence count?
You are invited to 20th What the Research Says
Friday 5th June at 1:30-4:00 -
at the London Knowledge Lab
There will be presentations, demos and discussions dealing with research
evidence and its potential impact on designing and delivering teaching and
learning experiences … Can we do better?
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.” What can we do about this and
how can and when should research evidence impact on educational technology
design and use?
 Morris & Hiebert (2011). Creating Shared Instructional Products : An
Alternative Approach to Improving Teaching. Educational Researcher, 40(1),
To book your place use Eventbrite link or go through the London Knowledge
Lab Innovations website:
Eventbrite (direct) <http://wtrs17.eventbrite.com/?s=37846310>
More details on the website
We look forward to seeing you at the event.
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