online communities

Online Communities

Getting involved in online communities can be a powerful way of helping you to enhance your practice by sharing your evaluations of approaches or resources that you have trialled with your class. Below are some links to online communities:

Education Endowment Foundation: Research Learning Communities

https://educationendowmentfoundation.org.uk/projects-and-evaluation/projects/research-learning-communities/

Online Communities

Getting involved in online communities can be a powerful way of helping you to enhance your practice by sharing your evaluations of approaches or resources that you have trialled with your class. Below are some links to online communities:

Education Endowment Foundation: Research Learning Communities

https://educationendowmentfoundation.org.uk/projects-and-evaluation/projects/research-learning-communities/

Online Communities

The European Association for Practitioner Research on Improving Learning (EAPRIL) promotes practice-based research on learning issues in the context of initial, formal, lifelong and organisational learning. Are you interested in our conferences and research activities? Do you wish to join one of the EAPRIL Clouds? Or do you want to meet with researchers from all over the world? Includes online communities which are very relevant to teacher education at: https://eapril.org/

Online Communities

This MESH Guide has been developed initially by colleagues at the University of Cambridge who belong to the Cambridge Educational Dialogue Research Group (CEDiR). CEDiR aims to reach across disciplines and contexts to develop the potential of educational dialogue and to have an impact on theory, policy and practice. In particular, the group is keen to establish a global community of practitioners and researchers interested in educational dialogue.

Online Communities

Online Communities

Online Communities

Online Communities

Online Communities

We suggest you join the professional association relevant to your area as these associations normally have as a minimum email lists to support exchange of ideas. If there is not one in your country then you are likely to be able to find one elsewhere that has international members. Alternatively, you are welcome to set up an online community in the KHub (www.khub.net) which supports MESH and which provides this service for the public sector.

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