Chris Brown gives guidance on how to identify change leaders and opinion formers to facilitate the RLC process.
Chris Brown introduces the concept of Research Learning Communities and the benefits they can bring.
Practitioner researchers are empowered when they collaborate in their investigations. Vivienne Baumfield explains how communities of inquiry can be developed.
Louise Stoll shows how great professional learning, great pedagogy and great leadership are intrinsically related and how they can be achieved through collaborative enquiry.
What difference does the Research Learning Community approach make? Chris Brown provides a model for assessing impact.
Chris Brown gives guidance on how to go about the innovation stage of the RLC approach.
David Leat & Ulrike Thomas give guidance on how to broker and provide logistical support for EPBL.
Enquiry and project based learning places particular demands upon teachers. David Leat and Rachel Lofthouse explore the implications for professional learning and leadership.
David Leat and Ulrike Thomas outline how EPBL can be planned creatively and collaboratively.
One of the biggest hurdles to overcome in enquiry and project based learning within schools is convincing people of its merits in the first place. David Leat, Rachel Lofthouse and Ulrike Thomas provide some helpful guidance.
Tracey O’Brien gives tips on how to develop collaborative learning amongst one’s colleagues.
Lindsay Palmer and Nicky Theobald show how the model of Learning Sets can provide the framework for developing practitioner enquiry within a school.
How can practitioner enquiry make a real difference in your schools? Lindsay Palmer and Nicky Theobald provide guidance drawn from their practice.
Lindsay Palmer and Nicky Theobald explore how the attitudes, understanding and skills of leaders can be transformed to enrich enquiry-led professional development
Lindsay Palmer and Nicky Theobald share how an enquiry culture was established within their Teaching School and its Alliance.
When teachers invest time and energy into their inquiries it is important that any new resulting new knowledge and practice is shared with others. Vivienne Baumfield shows how to effectively convey the outcomes and benefits of practitioner research.
After the enthusiasm of carry out inquiry into their practice, teachers often find they have of information … and then struggle to organise and make sense of the data gathered. Vivienne Baumfield provides some practical suggestions.
Teachers need to be equipped to carry out professional inquiry. In this introduction Vivienne Baumfield gives practical examples and shows how many teacher inquiry tools can be developed from approaches which support student learning.