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Schenke, Wouter; van Driel, Jan H.; Geijsel, Femke P.; Volman, Monique L. L. – Professional Development in Education, 2017
A recurrent discussion in the field of education is how to build linkages between educational research and school practice. Cross-professional collaboration between researchers and school practitioners can contribute to the interplay between practice-based research and school development. The aim of our study is to obtain a better understanding of…
Descriptors: Feedback (Response), Correlation, Educational Research, Educational Practices
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Janssen, Fred; Westbroek, Hanna; Doyle, Walter – Journal of Teacher Education, 2014
Amid calls for more practice-based teacher education, this article presents a concrete illustration of a practice-based bridging strategy for preparing high school biology teachers to enact open-inquiry labs. Open-inquiry labs were considered a core practice frame that served as a context for identifying core practices and for giving coherence to…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Biology, Science Instruction, Teacher Education
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Harris, Alma; Chapman, Christopher; Muijs, Daniel; Reynolds, David – School Leadership & Management, 2013
Educational effectiveness research (EER) has accumulated much knowledge in the areas of school effectiveness research (SER), teacher effectiveness research (TER) and school/system improvement research (SSIR). Yet many schools and educational systems are not making enough use of the material and their insights. The article reviews evidence of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Effective Schools Research, School Effectiveness, Educational Improvement
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Heemskerk, Irma; Volman, Monique; ten Dam, Geert; Admiraal, Wilfried – Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice, 2011
Educational Information and Communication Technology (ICT) can be an appropriate tool for creating flexible learning environments. ICT can contribute to flexibility through its potential to keep content up-to-date and to address personal learning needs. ICT could, thus, make learning more accessible to a wider group of students. However, doing…
Descriptors: Scripts, Foreign Countries, Educational Technology, Minority Groups