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Engaging with evidence – what does this mean in education?

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by SarahMacQ, Jun 26, 2018.

  1. SarahMacQ

    SarahMacQ New commenter

    A team at Manchester Institute of Education are interesting in finding about how you take on board research and evidence in teaching.

    This is a hot topic just now and we are keen to speak with primary and secondary teachers.

    We are holding interviews and focus groups – your views are crucial so get in touch to find out more.


    · Interviews can take place at your school, over the phone or at the University

    · Will last around 30-45 minutes

    Focus groups

    · 5th July – twilight session at the University

    · Parking provided

    If you are interested or would like more information please get in touch:

    Sarah MacQuarrie - sarah.macquarrie@manchester.ac.uk or

    Liz Birchinall liz.birchinall@pgcemanchester.co.uk

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