Tags » Education Research

New teachers need help, not hurdles

When I started teaching at Mounds View High School in 1997, I was about as well prepared as a new teacher can be.

I was already eight years out of undergrad, with five years experience in journalism, three years in other schools and a little life experience. 439 more words

Front Lines

Moving Towards Reconciliation

Ontario’s People For Education has released an April 2016 report titled Moving Toward Reconciliation on Ontario’s Publicly Funded Schools. 

From page 8 :

“Across Ontario, there is a strong commitment to improving Indigenous education for all students. 243 more words

Education Research

Two Things to Keep in Mind When Studying the Bible

Through studying the Bible more these last few years than I’ve done in my entire life, I’ve learned two important techniques worth noting that have helped me to better appreciate and better understand it. 371 more words

How To Read The Bible

Qualitative and Quantitative Research

In education, there are primarily two forms of research: Quantitative and Qualitative. Quantitative research depends on mathematical models and statistical techniques. Qualitative research is based on the researcher’s understanding. 439 more words

Politics

Why I’m going to researchED Melbourne #rEdMel

Research evidence is essential to the task of improving outcomes for young people, but research will never be able to tell teachers what to do, because the contexts in which teachers work are so variable.

672 more words
Education

LAK 2016 - Supporting Learning and Achievement

Our final sessions for LAK began with a session on Supporting Learning and Achievement, starting with a discussion on how we can help learners frame their learning experiences to achieve greater success. 599 more words

Learning And Teaching

Stronger by working together: Lessons on what makes for effective collaboration between schools in Wales

By Robert Smith

Allowing practitioners to design and lead change in the school system is increasingly the way that successful systems across the world are approaching educational reform. 693 more words

NFER