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Maxwell, Bronwen; Greany, Toby; Aspinwall, Kath; Handscomb, Graham; Seleznyov, Sarah; Simkins, Timothy
Publisher: Department for Education
Languages: English
Types: Book
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This report summarises the findings of research into the implementation of collaborative research and development (R&D) within teaching school alliances (TSAs). The five alliances that are the focus of this study all undertook collaborative R&D projects over a two year period (2012-2014) linked to one of two themes: 'what makes great pedagogy?' (theme 1) or 'what makes great professional development that leads to consistently great pedagogy?’ (theme 2). This work was part of a wider national project involving 66 alliances in total: the alliances received funding as well as support and facilitation from externally commissioned experts. The five alliances in this study were selected to offer a reasonable spread in terms of focus, approach and geography.
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    • Figure 1: School-led collaborative R&D as conceptualised in the NCTL R&D Themes Project (Maxwell, 2013) ...................................................................................................11 Figure 2: Logic model for the NCTL R&D themes projects ..............................................12 Figure 3: Themes 1 and 2 Survey: Respondents' school role (n=46) ..............................14 Table 1: Themes 1 and 2: Spread of responses across alliances....................................13 Table 2: Research case studies: alliance characteristics.................................................15 Table 3: National project themes and project focus in case studies ................................16 Table 4: Summary of skill and practice development outcomes in the research case studies .............................................................................................................................53
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