Tag Archives: Knowledge Mobilization

One Message, Two Meanings – What Is Your Data Visualization Saying?

If you have ever said something carelessly then you have probably been told that “you can catch more flies with honey than vinegar”. This piece of practical wisdom reminds us to think about what we say and how we say it. … Continue reading

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Two Ontario Education Research Events You Should Know About

May and June are very busy months for Researchers in Education.  Projects are wrapping up for end-of-school-year reporting, new projects are being proposed/designed for the upcoming school year and networks across Ontario hold conferences and events. Two events that you should know … Continue reading

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This Week in Education – a Research Resource Roundup

Today’s blog post highlights some of the resources and articles that have crossed my desk. Research Issues – Sampling Sampling was a popular topic this week. Rather than simply cite chapter and verse from my collection of statistics textbooks, I … Continue reading

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Topics Trending In Education Research (Top-TIER): Ontario at the AERA

As mentioned earlier this week in the post “End of an AERA“, Ontario was well represented at this year’s American Educational Research Association (AERA) annual meeting.  Using this year’s program (“2011 Annual Meeting Program” ISSN 0163-9676) it was possible to … Continue reading

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Three Questions Education Research Should Answer

Putting research into the hands of teachers is not very difficult in Ontario. The professional development opportunities for teachers and the body of research in education grow every day. Research is most often presented to teachers with the hope that … Continue reading

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