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ICSEI 2017: COLLABORATIVE PARTNERSHIPS FOR SYSTEM-WIDE EDUCATIONAL IMPROVEMENT:
This workshop introduces participants to the variety of ways that social media sites can be used to build collaborative relationships to share, exchange and engage with educational knowledge. There is a growing popularity of using social media (such as Twitter, Facebook and blogs) yet many researchers remain unfamiliar with how to harness its power. Participants will be introduced to social media strategies that have been effective for KNAER in order mobilize education research evidence and other knowledge for system-wide educational improvement.
3-Part Symposium: Evidence-Informed Practice in Education
This symposium includes Carol Campbell, Julie Nelson, Chris Brown, Kim Schildkamp, Mirielle Hubers, Katina Pollock, Shasta Carr-Harris, Kelly Bairos, Louise Stoll. The objective of this symposium is to explore current developments, debates and research concerning the conceptulaizations and applications of evidence-informed practices in education. A variety of programs and resources have been deceloped over recent decades aiming to improve the quality of educational resarch, its accessibility and usability, and ultimately, its impact on teaching practice.
PAPER PRESENTATION: PRACTICED WHAT WE'VE PREACHED? (Katina Pollock & Carol Campbell)
EVIDENCE-INFORMED PRACTICE IN EDUCATION: MEANINGS AND APPLICATIONS (Julie Nelson & Carol Campbell)
EVIDENCE USE FOR EDUCATIONAL IMPROVEMENT: INTEGRATING DATA-BASED DECISION MAKING WITH RESEARCH INFORMED TEACHING (Kim Schildkamp, Chris Brown & Mirielle Hubers)
This workshop invites audience members to consider their own experience in professional networks and the factors they believe contribute to network effectiveness (or lack there of). In the second half of the presentation our KNAER team present findings from our review of KNAER Phase 1 and 10 key factors we found are associated with network effectiveness.
This workshop introduces participants to the variety of ways that KNAER uses social media sites to build collaborative relationships to share, exchange and engage with educational knowledge. Participants will be introduced to social media strategies that have been effective for KNAER in order mobilize education research evidence and other knowledge for system-wide educational improvement. Cheat Sheet included so participants can get started on their own social media journey.
This paper presentation explores the values underpinning KNAER's approach to knowledge mobilization (KMb). Dr. Carol Campbell and Dr. Katina Pollock explain how KNAER's own KMb practices are evidence-informed and strive to enhance research use.
This presentation provides an abreviated description of how to become a KNAER Network Host in mathematics education or in promoting well-being in education. It also includes an overview of Ontario's Renewed Math and Well-being Strategies, an outline of the KNAER Secretariat and its role in supporting KNAER Networks, and suggestions about key elements to consider in your knowledge mobilization plan. For full details about the Call for Proposals, please visit our Calls for Proposals page.
2016 Canadian Knowledge Mobilization Forum: Developing a knowledge mobilization network across a public education system
This presentation includes an overview of KNAER’s evolving approach to system level knowledge mobilization (including the leadership, structures, processes, and technology the KNAER Secretariat employed at different stages), key challenges with this work, and findings from our literature review, planning sessions with educators, and interviews with KMb experts that informed KNAER’s renewed approach to system-level knowledge mobilization, to be implemented over the next five years. The findings presented will be helpful to those looking to further KMb knowledge and theories, and for informing the design and execution of system models.