4. Principles

Evidence-informed principles

TLRP's principles

Three dimensions of education


As a teacher there will be times when you’re forced to make difficult and multidimensional decisions. Often these problems will seem, initially, unsolvable, and thus the question becomes “what do we do when we don’t know what to do?”

Though this chapter we explore the importance of careful and critical problem-solving, demonstrating how we can overcome our dilemmas through the application of evidence informed principles.

To discover how high school achievement impacts academic achievement in colleges and universities:

Martin, AJ. (2013) 'Academic Momentum at University/College: Exploring the Roles of Prior Learning, Life Experience, and Ongoing Performance in Academic Achievement Across Time'.  Journal of Higher Education, V. 84, I5, pp. 640-674.

For a discussion on the assessment  of workplace learning:

Hager, P. (2005) Current Theories of Workplace Learning: A critical assessment. In Bascia, N., Cumming, A., Datnow, A., Leithwood, K. & Livingstone, D. (eds), International Handbook of Educational Policy (Part Two), Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands, pp. 829-846.

Research Briefings

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