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|Title:||Research Learning Communities (RlC)|
The RLC approach has demonstrable impact and has been shown to build the capacity of participating teachers to:
|Find out more:||http://www.mtsa.co.uk/255/our-courses/course/1176/research-learning-communities-in-medway|
|Title:||Teacher Workload Research|
KMTSN is conducting a research project (funded by NCTL) to:
|Find out more:||http://www.kmtsn.co.uk/research-and-development/workload-challenge-research-project-data-use|
|Contact||Lesley Donald, Director, Ashford Teaching Alliance
The Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) is funding the Education Development Trust (EDT) to pilot its Schools' Partnership Programme model of peer review with a large number of schools over a 3-year period starting in 2018.
Briefings were held in Kent on 16th October 2017 to enable schools to find out more Schools wishing to take part in the research should contact EDT directly.
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|Title:||Teacher Research Groups (various)|
|Summary:||The Maths Hub has funding from the National Centre for Excellence in Teaching of Mathematics to facilitate a number of teacher-led research groups.|
|Find out more:||https://sites.google.com/a/highworth.kent.sch.uk/kandmmathshub/|
|Contact||Sarah Rose, Maths Hub Administrator
|Title:||Education Endowment Foundation (EEF)|
The EEF fund and evaluates research in relation to a range of education improvement themes. They provide a variety of tools to support evidence-based school improvement.
The current window in which to apply for funding to develop school research closes at 5pm on 1th December 2017. EEF is particularly interested in applications relating to the following themes:
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