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Putting Evidence to Work – A School’s Guide to Implementation: Online course


Schools are in a better than ever position to judge what will work in their classrooms. We have access to more robust evidence about ‘what works’ in teaching and learning and, as the evidence base has grown, so too has teachers’ appetites for it. Nevertheless, one of the characteristics that distinguishes effective and less-effective schools, in addition to what they implement, is how they put those new approaches into practice.

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