The UK Strategic Forum for Research in Education (SFRE) documented and analysed a wide range of research-informed resources, initiatives and commitment in support of learning, but found that some core provision is fragmented and inaccessible. The potential of such resources, it is argued, should be unlocked to support contemporary policies for distributed, system-wide improvement. This report proposes a six part model for evaluating knowledge development and mobilisation in education, and makes 20 recommendations for the improvement of UK provision. The report is based on SFRE’s deliberations from 2008-10. For more information on SFRE, including downloads of much supplementary material on UK educational research, see: www.sfre.ac.uk This report is published by the British Education Research Association (BERA) on behalf of SFRE and its co-funders, DfE, CfBT and ESRC.
|Translated title of the contribution||Unlocking Learning. Final report of the UK Strategic Forum for Research in Education|
|Publisher||UK Strategic Forum for Research in Education|
|Commissioning body||UK Strategic Forum for Research in Education|
|Number of pages||52|
|Publication status||Published - 7 Jul 2010|
Bibliographical notePublisher: British Educational Research Association
Other: with Alis Oancea (University of Oxford)