Teacher/Practitioner Enquiry


GTCS Professional Update

Teachers have access to various materials including journal articles, via the GTCS Professional Update – Research section – available here: GTCS Research
From this page you can access the EducationHUB – an interactive online platform that provide the opportunity to share. discuss and review published practitioner produced research and enquiry. You can contribute in two ways:
  1. By publishing your own (unpublished) work to EducationHUB (research posters or summaries, practitioner enquiry articles, dissertations, theses, etc.)
  2. Reading, reviewing and discussing articles
You can also access EBSCO Resources and there are three main resources available:

1. Education Source

Education Source provides access to over 1,700 education journals (some full articles, others only extracts).

2. Leadership and Management Learning Centre (LMLC)
The LMLC provides resources specifically related to issues of leadership and management. This includes journal articles, eBooks and video resource content.
3. eBooks
A range of eBooks which have been categorised under broad research themes and they relate to key aspects of the Standards.

Create the scientists of the future with enquiry based learning, by Adam Little (TES) 28/04/2016
Enquiry Based Learning

Reeves, J., Redford, M. and McQueen, I. (2010) Practitioner research and excellence in teaching. Scottish Educational Review, 42 (2), 74-88.
Practitioner research and excellence in teaching

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