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Organisations focused on making best evidence available
ERIC (Education Resources Information Centre, USA. http://eric.ed.gov/
Education Counts – NZ statistics (NZ government funded) http://www.educationcounts.govt.nz/
What works Clearing House(US government funded) http://ies.ed.gov/ncee/wwc/
Systematic reviews in education
Best Evidence synthesis (New Zealand government funded) http://www.educationcounts.govt.nz/topics/bes
Campbell Collaboration(international, independent organisation of educators) www.campbellcollaboration.org
EPPI centre(academic centre, Institute of Education, University of London UK) www.eppi.ioe.ac.uk
Teacher Education resources
The following resources were initially funded by the UK Government to support teacher training. Government funding ceased at the change in government in 2010. Updating is now taken forward by the professional associations managing the resources. Diversity (Multiverse), English, History, Mathematics and Music and Religious Education resources have not yet been located.
TTRB3brings together selected resources from what was the Teacher Training Resource Bank http://www.ttrb3.org.uk/ – now supported by Mike Blamires, previously at Canterbury Christ Church University.
Behaviour to Learn– now supported by the University of Northampton http://www.behaviour2learn.co.uk/
Business and Economics Education http://www.ebea.org.uk/leadership_support/supporting_trainees/
Information Technology http://itte.org.uk/content/resources
Modern Foreign Languages http://www.ittmfl.org.uk/
Physical Education http://www.afpe.org.uk/professional-leadership/partnership-working/pe-itte-network
Science teacher educators: www.ase.org.uk/resources/scitutors