Becoming a research-informed school : why? what? how?
- Tim Cain.
- Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2019.
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- viii, 231 pages : illustration ; 24 cm
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- Cain, Tim, 1955- author.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- PART ONE: WHY?
- Chapter One: Can Research Improve Schools?
- Chapter Two: Research Informs Decision-Making
- Chapter Three: Research Extends `Teaching Mindsets'
- Chapter Four: Research Develops Schools as Intelligent Communities
- PART TWO: WHAT?
- Chapter Five: The Many Forms of Research
- Chapter Six: Obtaining Trustworthy Research
- with Susan Graves
- PART THREE: HOW?
- Chapter Seven: Building a Research-Informed Culture
- with Susan Graves
- Chapter Eight: Teacher Research
- Chapter Nine: Research Discussion Groups
- Chapter Ten: Lesson Study
- David Allan, David Boorman, Ella O'Doherty and Paul Smalley
- Chapter Eleven: Using School-Generated Data
- Elisha Omoso
- Chapter Twelve: Working with Universities
- Chapter Thirteen: Overcoming Obstacles to Research Utilisation
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Becoming a Research-Informed School examines the reasons why teachers and leaders use research to improve their schools, and explores how teachers select, understand and use research to enhance learning experiences in fast-moving classroom environments. It analyses what teachers and school leaders actually do, to use research in their schools, and how they build a research-informed culture. Based firmly in data from real schools and considering the experiences of over 150 education professionals, it shows how research and evidence can be used to: Improve decision-making processes Develop schools as intellectual communities Address priorities for improvement Implement research-informed teaching Respond to policy imperative for informed practice Guide future research It considers key topics including Teacher Research, Lesson Study, the use of data to effect improvements, navigating social media and blogs, and how to overcome common obstacles to research use in schools. Becoming a Research-Informed School is full of rich, detailed examples of research and research utilisation. It is an indispensable resource for teachers and leaders who wish to take an informed approach to creating a professional learning community.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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- 1138308625 (hardcover)
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- 1138308641 (paperback)
- 9781315143033 (electronic book)
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