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Where Science Touches Work life: Action Research in Communities of Practice with Dr. Aksel Hugo. Posted on December 20, 2013. January 11, 2014 - 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm. Please email PA.Aonghus.Gordon@rmt.org or call 01453 837605 to ...
Vancouver Sun Teen's research could change teacher training Vancouver Sun Anjali Vyas is 19 years old and already on to big things: She spent six months last year in Finland under contract with the B.C.
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I've included this in my site because it is something I want to explore with the intent of strengthening "student learning" from a teacher trainer's perspective.
The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) recently commissioned a study, Improving the Assessment of Student Learning in the Arts – State of the Field and Recommendations, to examine current practices in the assessment ...
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A quick glance, reveals lots of good resources for both teaching and conducting research to improve practice.
There are two possible ‘research systems’ we might nurture – research undertaken by research professionals, and research undertaken by teachers. Each has the potential to improve our schools. But they will be the most effective when they function in parallel, successfully engaging with one another like cogs in a well-oiled machine.
GREAT- Game based Action Research in Education and Learning. ICT and digital innovation - December 10, 2013. GREAT is a European project which has received funding from the Leonardo da Vinci program of the European Commission, ...
MOOCs Provide Unprecedented Insight Into How Students Learn Huffington Post Colleges and universities are focused like never before on how to tailor education to individual learning styles, needs and preferences.
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