The Coalition for Evidence-based Education (CEBE) has published guidance to help teachers, co-ordinators, support staff and leaders in education organisations who want to make more effective use of research evidence. It draws on recent evidence about the process of engaging with research and makes suggestions about some of the resources available to help.
The publication includes examples from schools and colleges, and offers guidance on:
- Reasonable expectations
- Preparing for research engagement
- Phases of development
- Leading research engagement across an organisation
- Sources of evidence and support
Source: Leading research engagement in education: guidance for organisational change (March 2017), The Coalition for Evidence-based Education (CEBE) project team.