This seminar will be given by Naomi Flynn.
The aspiration that the teaching profession in England might be better informed about research and actively engaged in research has been prevalent in political commentary for several years.
Alongside this there has been academic discourse developing the notion of knowledge mobilisation; a notion that explains how research findings might become active in teachers’ pedagogical choices in the classroom. However, there is as yet no clear empirical basis supporting a view of how knowledge mobilisation to support research-informed practice might best be achieved.
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