Alton-Lee Adrienne (2005). Â« Collaborating across Policy, Research and Practice: Knowledge Building for Sustainable Educational Development Â». In OCDE.OECD/Netherlands Evidence Based Policy Research Conference: Linking Evidence to Practice, The Hague, 14â€”15 septembre 2005. Wellington (NZ) : Ministry of education. En ligne : <http://www.educationcou ... ating-Across-Policy.pdf>.
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Keywords: Nouvelle-ZĂ©lande, politique Ă©ducative
Publisher: OCDE (The Hague)
Collection: OECD/Netherlands Evidence Based Policy Research Conference: Linking Evidence to Practice
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The Iterative Best Evidence Synthesis (BES) Programme is a collaborative knowledge building approach across policy, research and practice. The Iterative BES Programme synthesises and explains evidence about what works for diverse learners. The primary purpose of the programme is to support sustainable educational development whereby a whole education system and its communities strengthen a range of desired outcomes for all learners through iterative processes of shared knowledge building and use. The iterative approach is designed to be a collaborative tool and catalyst to intensify and embed the interplay of research and development (R & D) as a systemic lever for sustainable development in education.
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