📑 What’s good ‘evidence-based’ practice for classrooms? We asked the teachers, here’s what they said

Bookmarked What’s good ‘evidence-based’ practice for classrooms? We asked the teachers, here’s what they said (EduResearch Matters)
We believe teachers should be heard more clearly in the conversations about evidence; policy makers and other decision-makers need to listen to teachers. The type of evidence that teachers want and can use should be basic to any plan around ‘evidence-based’ or ‘evidence-informed’ teaching in Australian schools.
Meghan Stacey and Nicole Mockler share some of their finding associated with what evidence teachers value in the classroom. This is in contrast to external meta research.

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