DESIGNING EVIDENCE-BASED EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY: WHEN DOES RESEARCH EVIDENCE COUNT?
If you haven’t seen this event announcement, you still have 22 hours to sign up to attend for FREE!
The London Knowledge Lab team has brought together an excellent programme of researchers to discuss how we can build upon evidence derived from research in order to improve the quality of instruction.
I will be attending the event and hopefully I will report my main takeaways via the blog here.
Read more at the London Knowledge Lab Innovations website and book your place at Eventbrite.
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