researchED Magazine was launched in June 2018 to provide another quality platform to help the teaching profession connect research and practice in the classroom. It supports educators at all levels by encouraging and provoking debate surrounding research, evidence and best practice.
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Price Value QualityNot everything in Research Ed can be easily translated into successful practice. Why? Education is highly contextual. What I can say though, is that in 30 years of teaching, Research Ed has been the doorway to a series of evidence based approaches that always trumps (sorry!) folklore and dream weaving. It has given me the confidence to actually achieve some of the GTCS standards on inquiry and research. It has given me the language to explain how to teach to kids. Thank you one and all, especially the writer, editor, tea boy and general dogsbody at HQ!