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Building bridges between teachers and researchers

By Matt Walker

Schools and teachers are increasingly expected to engage with research evidence to enhance teachers’ professional practice, pupil outcomes and school capacity for self-improvement. 673 more words

Evidence-based Practice

Crowd-sourcing high-quality CS Ed Assessments: CAS's Project Quantum

Bold new project from the UK’s Computing at School project aims to create high-quality assessments for their entire computing curriculum, across grade levels.  The goal is to generate crowd-sourced problems with quality control checks to produce a large online resource of free assessments. 231 more words

The future of technical and professional education: joining up the dots

By Tami McCrone

The Learning and Skills Research Network (LSRN) workshop held last week on the future of technical and professional education was as current, relevant and thought-provoking as ever. 842 more words

Evidence

Dagstuhl! Assessing Learning in Introductory Computer Science

Apologies for the delay in writing this, but I wanted to share some of my experiences from attending the first CS Education Research Dagstuhl on… 815 more words

Learning And Teaching

Spending our way to greater inequality

According to a massive research study described in last week’s Education Week (May 11), the wealthiest school districts in our country have the worst inequality. … 515 more words

Front Lines

Want students to learn more? They have to care first

Submitted by Natalie C., one of our fabulous librarians: 

New research suggests that an emotional connection is crucial to effective learning. As reported by the New York Times… 338 more words

Internet Resources