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Tag Archives: Goldacre
An evidence based teaching profession shouldn’t deal in absolutes
Really interesting blog article by James Richardson on the EEF website – where he makes a number of excellent points about evidence in education. An evidence based teaching profession shouldn’t deal in absolutes. Rarely will there be a definitive answer … Continue reading
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What would evidence-based practice look like?
Here’s a link to Ben Goldacre’s site, “Bad Science”. There’s some good stuff here generally (including a demolition of Brain Gym), but the link takes you to an article he wrote for the DFES a few months ago about the … Continue reading
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