Tags » Education Research

This Blog is for you

This blog is for teachers and parents interested in their children’s education. It is here for those who don’t have enough time to research the innovation that their Senior Management Team says will save the universe and expects you to roll out in your classroom next week. 74 more words




This study examined the Housing and urbanisation problem in Benin City. The study amongst others also aimed at examining the growth of urbanisation and its adverse effects of the inhabitants of the study area. 1,104 more words

Thinking Ahead - Planning for Next Year's Classroom Culture

I was in Austin all last week training for UT Dana Center (@UTdanacenter) International Fellows
(#UTDCIFF) and Department of Education Activities (@DoDEA… 1,381 more words


What do 'experts' have to offer us?

For the past few weeks, I’ve been going to physical therapy to deal with rotator cuff tendinitis in my right shoulder. At my intake appointment, I learned that I brought this problem on myself by doing what I thought was “the right thing.” … 367 more words

Front Lines

Putting evidence at the heart of policymaking

By Carole Willis

This blog post first appeared on the CaSE guest blog.

In election debates over the next few weeks, politicians of different hues will be making very different claims about what the evidence says is best for the country (if they draw on the evidence at all). 663 more words