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Please, Don’t Leave Educational Research to the Scientists!

Many thanks to Dr Frank Cornelissen for the following guest post!  Frank was recently a Visiting Scholar with us and is now an Assistant Professor at the University of Amsterdam. Follow him on twitter @Frank_Corneliss Unfair, unwise, unethical Like many … Continue reading

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researchEd ‘Research Leads’ Cambridge Network Day 14/3/15

A quick post to share links and blog posts from others that capture another incredibly rich, rewarding and thought provoking day thanks to the researchED team of Tom Bennett, Helene Galdin-O’Shea, Corpus Christi College and all the presenters and participants. … Continue reading

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impact: The new action research journal from Impington Village College!

Happy new year to all! We are delighted to promote and support a new and exciting initiative by our colleagues at Impington Village College, one of our partnership schools. The college has published Issue 1 of impact, a journal featuring … Continue reading

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SUPER MEd Summaries of Research Literature

Our current fifth cohort of MEd students – all teachers in our partnership schools – have produced the following summaries of literature reviews carried out for one of their first year assignments. Summaries were shared and distributed in hard copy … Continue reading

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