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Exciting news for evidence in Australian education. @E4LTweets has launched a new version of its Teaching & Learning Toolkit. #E4LToolkit
Browse the latest evidence on 30 educational approaches: https://evidenceforlearning.or…
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Exciting news for evidence in Australian education. Evidence for Learning has launched a new version of its Teaching & Learning Toolkit.
The Toolkit is designed to support teachers and school leaders who are making evidence-informed decisions about how to improve learning outcomes, particularly for children and young people experiencing disadvantage.
Browse the latest evidence on 30 educational approaches: https://evidenceforlearning.or… #E4LToolkit
Education not-for-profit Evidence for Learning has launched a new version of its Teaching & Learning Toolkit. The Toolkit is a free resource designed to support busy school leaders and teachers who are looking to improve outcomes in the classroom. It includes approaches relevant for both primary and secondary schools – everything from extending school time to behaviour interventions – and it gives an assessment of the average cost, evidence security, and estimated months’ impact on student learning. The Toolkit has been updated with the latest global evidence and now includes a wider array of insights on closing the disadvantage gap, approaches and applications, and implementation considerations.
Visit Evidence for Learning to browse the new Toolkit.
I thought you might be interested Evidence for Learning’s new Teaching & Learning Toolkit. It summarises the latest global evidence and Australasian Research Summaries on 30 educational approaches to lift learning in schools.
The new Teaching & Learning Toolkit provides a wider array of insights into the different approaches schools can use to improve student outcomes. It includes more evidence on closing the disadvantage gap, approaches and applications, implementation considerations and detailed technical appendices to help inform Australian educators’ thinking, planning and decision making.
To learn more, please attend Evidence for Learning’s free webinar on Wednesday 3 August 2022 from 4pm to 5pm AEST. Click here to register to attend the webinar.
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