Hammersley Martyn (2001). Â« Some Questions about Evidence-based Practice in Education Â». In Annual Conference of the British Educational Research Association, Leeds, 13â€”15 septembre 2001. En ligne : <http://www.leeds.ac.uk/ ... /documents/00001819.htm>.
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Keywords: mĂ©thodes de recherche, politique Ă©ducative
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"The movement for evidence-based practice, for enhanced use of research evidence in the work of the professions, started in medicine in the early 1990s. It has grown in influence there, and spread across a number of other fields, including education (see Trinder 2000a and Davies et al 2000). Not surprisingly, it has taken a somewhat different form in each area; and has generated diverse reactions. So, while much can be learned from what has happened in medicine, we must also attend to the particular way evidence-based practice has recently been promoted and responded to in education, if we are to make a reasonable appraisal of it."
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