Educational policy and practice: how ‘evidence-based’ can or should it be?
Posted by Steve Rooney in Leicester Learning Institute: Enhancing learning and teaching on June 12, 2017
‘On the research side, evidence-based education seems to favour a technocratic model in which it is assumed that the only relevant research questions are questions about the effectiveness of educational means and techniques, forgetting, among other things, that what counts as ‘‘effective’’ crucially depends on judgements about what is educationally desirable. On the practice side, […]
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