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Advice: Sharing evidence about effectiveness

Facilitating the sharing of the current state of evidence about blended learning effectiveness

Overview

The goal of unifying the evidence and implementation cycles is ensuring that all students gain access to evidence-based practices. This can happen through building awareness of evidence-based practices among educators, decision-makers, funders, and members of the community and industry.

All stakeholders should disseminate, share, and seek out findings faster and in new ways. They also need to improve communication and develop a shared language so that they can share understanding of which practices are supported by evidence. If the two cycles are connected, we can create spaces for conducting studies and sharing findings openly without fear of being labeled “failures.”

Researcher Does

  • Shares more transparently and broadly than usual. All stakeholders benefit when both positive and negative evidence is shared accurately across different audiences.