From Proof to Narrative: Lessons from Digital Learning Research


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From proof to narrative: Lessons from two years of digital learning research Oliver Quinlan nesta.org.uk CC BY NC celesterc oliverquinlan.com @oliverquinlan


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CONTEXT


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T E C H N O L O G Y I N E D U C AT I O N RESEARCH PROJECTS CC BY NC SA Michael Newman CC BY NC JB London REMOTE TUTORING FLIPPED LEARNING H T T P : / / B I T. LY / RTTRIAL H T T P : / / B I T. LY / FLIPPEDLEARN CC BY SA Todd Chandler VISIBLE CLASSROOM H T T P : / / B I T. LY / VISIBLECLASS


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Learning


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Clear intentions


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ICT / Computing Subject Technology Technology Enhanced Learning


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Effective Efficient CC BY CC BY SA crabchick Colin Howley New CC BY Ken & Nyetta


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Learning from experts Learning with others Learning through making Learning through exploring Learning through inquiry Learning through practicing Learning from assessment Learning in and across settings


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EEF toolkit’ existing evidence of impact Hattie, Visible Learning Learning from experts Learning with others One to one tuition (+5 mnths) Decoding Learning Area Collabor ative learning (+5 mths) Small group tuition (+5 mths) Learning through making Learning through exploring Learning through inquiry Learning through practicing Learning from assessment Learning in and across settings Mastery learning (+5 mths) Feedback (+8 mths) Individuali sed instruction (+2 mths) Outdoor adventure learning (+3 months) Peer tutoring (+5 mths) Meta cognition and self regulation (+8 mths) Parental involve ment (+3 mths) Teacher clarity (0.75) TeacherStudent relationships (0.72) Direct instruction (0.59) Concept mapping (0.57) Interactive video methods (0.52) Quality of teaching (0.44) Computer assisted instruction (0.37) Visual/audio visual methods (0.22) Micro teaching (0.88) Worked examples (0.57) Computer aided instruction (0.37) Individualised instruction (0.23) Piagetian programs (1.28) Peer Tutoring (0.55) Cooperative vs. competitive learning (0.54) Cooperative learning (0.41) Reciprocal teaching (0.74) Cooperative vs individualistic learning (0.59) Peer influences (0.53) Small group learning (0.59) Mentoring (0.15) Creativity programs (0.65) Creativity (0.35) Inductive teaching (0.33) Student control over learning (0.04) Problem based learning (0.15) Problem solving teaching (0.61) Use of calculators (0.27) Frequent/Effects of testing (0.34) Homework (0.29) Spaced vs massed practice (0.71) Mastery learning (0.57) Study skills (0.59) Self report grades (1.44) Providing formative evaluation (0.9) Acceleration (0.88) Programed instruction (0.24) Physical environm ent (+0 mths) Parental involvement (0.51) Home school programs (0.16) Summer vacation (-0.09)


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Effective Efficient CC BY CC BY SA crabchick Colin Howley New CC BY Ken & Nyetta


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What Works CC BY NC Thomas Hawke


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Types of Research


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T E C H N O L O G Y I N E D U C AT I O N RESEARCH PROJECTS RANDOM CONTROL TRIAL CASE STUDY PILOT PROJECT REMOTE TUTORING FLIPPED LEARNING VISIBLE CLASSROOM


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T E C H N O L O G Y I N E D U C AT I O N RESEARCH PROJECTS RANDOM CONTROL TRIAL CASE STUDY PILOT PROJECT S TA N D A R D I S E D TEACHING & I N N O V AT I O N OUTCOMES REMOTE TUTORING LEARNING PRACTICE FLIPPED LEARNING DEVELOPMENT VISIBLE CLASSROOM


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Types of Research Use


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Jenkins, A., Healy, M. (2005) Institutional strategies to link teaching and research.


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RESEARCH INFORMED RESEARCH INFLUENCED S Y S T E M AT I C R E S E A R C H


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Disseminating tools


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MESSAGES OR TOOLS? CÉSAR HIDALGO


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Proof to narrative


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Proof CC BY NC wader


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Proof Robust Narrative CC BY NC CC BY NC wader celesterc


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(re) Search


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Clear intentions What works Types of Research Types of research use Disseminating tools Proof to narrative (re)Search


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Oliver Quinlan nesta.org.uk oliverquinlan.com @oliverquinlan


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