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Research Intelligence

Autumn 2020

Research Intelligence Issue 144 is on the theme of 'How can we improve the use of research evidence (in practice)?'.

‘How can we improve the use of research evidence (in practice)?’
Research Intelligence issue 144

 

In this issue:

Editorial: The Story so far about the use of research evidence

The Research Schools Network: From evidence to engagement

Can users judge what is “promising” evidence in education?

Challenges in using research evidence in improving teacher quality

Supporting academic learning or wellbeing: A False dichotomy? One school’s response to the Covid-19 crisis

Open Access, don’t erect barriers: The prospects for academic publishing’s future

Repositioning curriculum teaching and learning through Black-British history

The coronavirus crisis: What impact for Early Career Researchers?

Guest Editor

Stephen Gorard, Professor

Durham University Evidence Centre for Education

Stephen Gorard is professor of education and public policy at Durham University, and director of the multi-disciplinary Durham University Evidence Centre for Education. He is a fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, and lead editor for...