Putting Evidence to Work in Your Setting
Are you interested in getting your school involved in research or using evidence-informed practice to improve attainment?
Taking part in education research allows you to:
- Contribute to the evidence base on what works and support your colleagues to improve
teaching and learning,
- Access professional development for your staff,
- Deliver promising approaches in your setting at a heavily subsidised rate.
Research Schools are hosting Putting Evidence to Work in Your Setting - EEF Opportunities for 2022/2023. Sign up with Oldham Sixth Form College Associate Research School, to find out how taking part in an EEF-funded project can support your attainment priorities EEF webinar sign up form Putting Evidence to Work in Your Setting EEF Opportunities for 2022/2023 (tfaforms.net)
- Give an overview of the EEF’s evidence-generation activity.
- Explore how to identify your school improvement priorities and make evidence-informed decisions about which projects to sign-up to.
- Explain how your school can get involved in an EEF-funded project.
Sessions will last around an hour and will include information about all projects currently on offer in your area, and information on how to get involved.
There are separate sessions for primary (including nurseries) and secondary schools, as well as for the different regions in England. Make sure you sign up to the North West webinars:
Secondary: 14th March 2023 3.30-4.30
Primary: 22nd March 2023 3.30-4.30
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