Research Informing Practice by Anonymous

Name: Anonymous
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Sector: Secondary
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Position: Teacher
What is your advice about? Research informing practice

1: Listen to research findings but be less ready to accept them.

2: Always read widely if you wish to know about a particular issue.

3: There will often be a range of opposing findings. They are often all correct and all wrong.

4: Research often speaks of samples, remember that you teach individuals.

5: Those who advocate evidence based practice often spend too much time on evidence at the expense of practice. Don’t become one of them.

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