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Teachers and schools are being encouraged to become more evidence-based or evidence-informed, the aim being to use evidence to improve teaching practice. By acting on the best evidence, it increases the likelihood that we will make better decisions.

But how do we identify the best evidence? Whether it is a blog or a research article, with so much information out there, how can you find the evidence that is useful and reliable?

One of our founding organisations, The Institute for Effective Education (IEE), created the Engaging with Evidence guide to give you some initial pointers. Their aim is that, when looking for the answer to a particular question, you will be able to look for evidence that is appropriate for that question, and begin to weigh its value.

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Engaging with evidence guide

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