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The unanswered questions of educational research
Exploring John Hattie's agenda for education research in New Zealand from 2002.
The role of research in professional learning – the Art and Science of Learning...
Nina discusses the importance and challenges of research informing professional development in schools.
Why research? Exploring the reasons for The Education Hub’s raison d’être
At the start of a new school year, Nina reflects on the aspirations of The Education Hub and why research is so important for teachers and schools and ECE centres.
Why innovation and research in education need each other
How could research programmes more effectively support the design and development of innovative teaching approaches and new educational programmes
The equity imperative: how should we report on educational research?
The role educational research must play in calling out the inherent, stubborn inequities in our education system as unacceptable and commit to working to eradicate them
The power of student mindsets and direct instruction and why neither is uniformly informing...
Exploring the reasons for the disconnect between research and practice in New Zealand education
Creating, using and disseminating quality teaching materials in schools
The possibilities and challenges facing the development and implementation of teaching resources in schools
Rethinking how we approach evidence in education
What could education learn from other sectors about how to make best use of evidence
The possibilities and pitfalls of measurement in education
How should educators be thinking about the role of measurement in teaching and learning?
6 challenges facing knowledge translation work in education
The challenges facing researchers, knowledge brokers and teachers when engaging with knowledge translation
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