Welcome! Educators from 138 countries (as of April 2015) are reading about, using and contributing to MESH - the Mapping Educational Specialist knowHow initiative. MESH provides a sustainable system using resources already in the education system to generate, quality assure and update evidence-based summaries written for educators. MESH is an international education sector owned and managed initiative. For updates register and follow the Tweets (@meshguides) on the online community on the Knowledge Hub.
Every day, teachers and lecturers exercise their professional judgement in deciding how to help learners learn. Emerging examples of MESH Guides show how, when fully developed, MESH Guides are designed to provide evidence-based advice to support educators' professional judgements. MESH is a tool of the Education Futures Collaboration charity (UK Charity number 1157511). This video outlines how MESHGuides provide educators, researchers and policy makers with access to the science of learning, supporting them in their work as well as the achievement of UNESCO and OECD priorities for education. Sign up to the newsletter to keep in touch.
MESH invites educators worldwide to collaborate to build a quality assured 'Edupedia' form of 'Wikipedia' of professional knowledge for teaching.
MESH provides scalable and cost effective technologies to enable educators to engage in research collaborations and publications around topics they consider will make a difference to student's learning. MESH is a voluntary education sector led initiative funded by contributions of time and money from members and supporters. You are invited to Get Involved.
Invite partners to scale up your research. Help other researchers to test out the impact of their work by applying and evaluating a MESH Guide in your context. See the Toolkits on the tab above.