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Ellie Chadwick Nov 18
Feeling relieved! I passed my advanced life support course today. Feels like I never stop learning at the moment 🤯 Pretty honoured as I’ve been asked to become an instructor on the course too 😃
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Kristin 3 Nov 17
Opening of bookfair!
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Ellie Chadwick Nov 9
This weeks is something we don’t often consider ‘on the road’ although often a cause for many non specific symptoms in the elderly
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Ellie Chadwick Nov 22
Last CPD Day before Christmas so there’s sweets, silly hats and tinsel and still lots of learning and clinical discussions
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Richard C. Seder 14 Apr 18
As to whether absorptive capacity is the right framework, I wonder: isn’t the choice of practitioners to NOT use research a potential signal of existing absorptive capacity?
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Attaullah Khan Jul 13
Thank you Sir for yours timely guidance about socalled Judicial activism, as we have to face damages claims of $700m in case and now $11.43 billion in mining case
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WT Grant Foundation 2 Feb 18
Congratulations to our first group of Institutional Challenge Grant finalists! This new grant encourages research institutions to build long-term research-practice partnerships w public agencies or nonprofits to reduce inequality in youth outcomes.
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Ravenscourt Park Preparatory School Nov 26
Year 1 went on a mathematical treasure hunt today, using their Phonics skills to decode some tricky numbers written as words.
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The Assembly Apr 16
"Being a good partner is a skill and an area of expertise that people develop over time and if the university is really interested in producing high-quality research, this is a voice that should be at the table."
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Em Luck Oct 27
Data collection ready to go for the RPPS on SRV and EOC segments of the pilot!
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Caitlin Farrell Nov 20
Thinking a lot recently about the potential Venn diagram btwn & community-engaged research, participatory action research, YPAR, and other forms of collaborative, community-focused research. This article highlights some of the possible commonalities
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Enrique Suárez 🇻🇪 Mar 10
Replying to @SciEdHenry
Lightbrown: now we're left trying to negotiate the tension of how some policy (documents) are still counterproductive for student learning, while the pedagogy in the region has been positively impacted by the work we've done with local educators /fin
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NS-Town 6 Mar 18
It is the system's fault than Abdoul does not have Canadian citizenship. The system must help him.
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Kristen Davidson 9 Jul 18
Mutualistic, collaborative Research-Practice Partnerships () can help transform education. See what we at learned about what happens when educators and researchers work together on 's blog in :
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Aubrey Francisco Oct 3
.: we need to provide more opportunities for researchers and educators to collaborate to address real problems of practice
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Caitlin Farrell Nov 6
Replying to @ccfarrell
For , we often talk about interpersonal trust being an important ingredient to partnership work -- "do I trust my partner to follow through with what they say they're going to do?"
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RPPforCS May 9
May 13-20 is the STEM Video Showcase. Be sure to check out our video to learn about how we can use to improve research and practice.
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Syed Jaffer 23 Feb 18
now Feb 23 2018 informs blocked progress efficiency of caused irreparable damage to During Govt promoted When I argued got blocked
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Loretta F. Goodwin Jul 8
MA DESE team, w/ moderator reminds us abt benefits of long-term - strong researcher partners can bring along additional smart people to do the work; trust is key, as is listening to what SEA needs, & providing the necessary tools.
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Enrique Suárez 🇻🇪 Mar 10
Replying to @SciEdHenry
Spada: teachers often complain about how researchers come into their classroom, get their data, and then never hear from them again. {HS - another admonishment of the extractive ethos of much of , which is why we need to }
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