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Fellowship Resources & Links

This area of the Fellowship website will be for interesting articles, books or resources. This list will be added to regularly so please make sure you bookmark this area and visit often.

First up, are the Bedford Butterfliesclick here to take you there.

Book recommendations (as at November 2015)

Sutton Trust/EEF Teaching Toolkit

Access to on-line journals http://www.jstor.org/ 

NFER site – new self review tool for research engagement in schools and other education providers

Blog from the ResearchEdCambs conference 14 March 2015  entitled The Janus Faced Role of a Research Lead

Praxis-Education. Researched based professional development for teachers

World class teaching – DfE Consultation: https://www.gov.uk/government/consultations/developing-the-teaching-profession-to-a-world-class-standard

A research journal for teachers – proposal: http://www.learningspy.co.uk/featured/research-journal-teachers-teachers/

The school research lead and pitfalls to be avoided: http://evidencebasededucationalleadership.blogspot.co.uk/2015/01/the-school-research-lead-and-pitfalls.html

BERA Event – celebrating teachers as researchers: https://www.bera.ac.uk/event/celebrating-teachers-as-researchers

A Government website with up to date publications relating to all areas but especially education: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications

Society for Educational Studies (SES) event at FoE Feb 20th: Annual seminar – Education in the 21st Century – Thinking outside the bubble –  details on this page: http://www.soc-for-ed-studies.org.uk/

Click here for information relating to the University of Bedfordshire Library

Some of you may remember the Teacher and Learning Academy or TLA. It was originally set up by the GTCE to provide recognition for research carried out in schools and is now operated through a consortium of organisations.  Take a look at their website – there are many resources, case studies and archived research available to view.  Click here to take you there.

AEFP Events

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