Dr Deborah M. Netolicky

How schools can engage with research and evidence

It makes sense that the most effective teaching methods are used in classrooms, and that the most effective leadership and governance practices are used in schools, but how do educators decide on which evidence they should rely, to whom they should listen, and how they might engage meaningfully with research findings? How do we know what research is worth listening to, what is worth ignoring, and what has been debunked?

Evidence-based education: expectations, barriers and pitfalls

By Dr Deborah M. Netolicky

Teachers, school leaders, schools, and education systems around...