Implementation and Evaluation, with Stuart Kime
09:00–15:00 on 17 September 2018
Sir Kevan Collins, CEO of the Education Endowment Foundation recently argued that “If you’re not using evidence to inform your decisions, you must be using prejudice.”
But how do you know which evidence to use in your context? How can you evaluate its impact? And how can you ensure that it is embedded within your school in a sustainable way? Stuart Kime will help you answer these questions in this full day of training.
Stuart Kime is Director of Education at Evidence Based Education. A former teacher and school leader, he has also worked as a researcher (with Prof. Rob Coe and Prof. Steve Higgins) and policy adviser.
Stuart is co-author of the EEF’s DIY Evaluation Guide, an International Affiliate at the Eberhard Karls University, Tübingen, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and former Policy Fellow at the DfE.
We have been lucky enough to work closely with Stuart at the Norwich Research School, and we know him best as the incredibly knowledgeable, helpful adviser, who offers pragmatic and practical solutions. He is also a very engaging speaker!
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