Professional Development

Teacher Research Engagement – Overcoming Barriers

Obstacles to teachers engaging in and with research can be a combination of their own reservations and voices of dissent from policy makers and school leaders. Claire Harley proclaims the importance of research informed practice and how barriers can be removed.
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There has been a notable shift towards research engagement in schools. Exponentially, charities, universities, academics, consultants, teaching schools and other external organizations have declared support for the use of educational research in schools. The pursuit of research informed practice can positively support the teaching profession and should be encouraged , but how can this be achieved?

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