πŸ‘ Evidence-based education: expectations, barriers and pitfalls

Liked Evidence-based education: expectations, barriers and pitfalls by Dr Deborah Netolicky (cem.org)
A multiplicity of research approaches provides diverse ways of understanding education, but we need to interrogate the approaches and arrive at conclusions with caution. Teachers’ wisdom of practice and immersion in their own contexts needs to be honoured. Context and praxis matter in education.

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