Today Evidence for Learning (E4L) announces the establishment of a new E4L Evidence into Practice Working Group (the Working Group).
E4L has worked closely with educators since its inception in 2015. The new Working Group will formalise E4L’s commitment to collaborating with teachers, educators and leaders to learn and share experiences of evidence use in schools and early learning settings across the country.
Danielle Toon, Director of E4L says, “We have collaborated with many inspiring educators over the last six years who are champions of evidence-informed practice. We want to take this community to the next level by establishing the E4L Evidence into Practice Working Group”.
The new Working Group will collaborate on evidence-informed practice in Australian education. Members will use their expertise and experience from working in schools and early learning settings to discuss challenges and opportunities within the current climate of education, relating to how evidence is and could be used. Insights from the Working Group will help to inform relevant E4L evidence assets.
Membership for the Working Group is open to educators, teachers and leaders who work (or have recently worked) in Australian school and early learning settings. E4L is particularly encouraging of expressions of interest from those who are currently, or have recently been, working in education settings where communities are experiencing disadvantage.
Ms Toon encouraged educators, teachers and leaders to find out more and complete a short expression of interest for the Working Group.
“If you are passionate about evidence-informed practice, and keen to share your experience and learn from others, then we’d love to hear from you.”
To learn more or express interest, take a look at the E4L Evidence into Practice Working Group page on the E4L website which outlines the function, responsibilities and benefits of the group.