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Improving the use of research evidence in Australian schools.
The Q Project is an Australian first. It investigates how research evidence is used in schools, and how to support educators to better use that evidence in their practice.
The Q Project — using evidence better.
The Q Project is about using evidence better.
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Making the most of educational videos in the classroom. A timely article from @MattFyfield and @mjhenderson of… https://t.co/swKTbOoaZj
Importance of #UsingEvidenceBetter. Applicable to education as well as health. "Not all research is of sufficient q… https://t.co/AeboPueTBZ
"The advantages of using good evidence to develop and implement public policy are widely recognised." by Brian Head… https://t.co/BMBPuZGljH
"Perspectives on what constitutes evidence and how such evidence is valued, used, and reported can vary considerabl… https://t.co/N1igon6mqe
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Featuring our own Q researchers @ProfLucasWalsh, @dr_gleeson, and @mark_rickinson.
"Challenges and O… https://t.co/Tl3bVE0rcY
RT @MonashUni: Join our William Cooper Institute tomorrow at 10am as we celebrate #NAIDOCweek with a virtual panel discussion, featuring Un…
RT @aitsl: “Moment by moment we can find our way through.”
Seven #mindfulness tips from @Smiling_Mind:
1. Move 🎵