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What do we know and how well do we know it? Identifying practice-based insights in education

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Knowledge derived from practice forms a significant portion of the knowledge base in the education field, yet is not accessible using existing empirical research methods. This paper describes a systematic, rigorous, grounded approach to collecting and analysing practice-based knowledge using the authors' research in teacher leadership as an example. Practitioners with relevant experience and expertise participated in multi-round, online panels in which they responded to several types of items, culminating in 'advice to the field'. Strategies used for sampling, panel implementation, and analysis are described for identifying practice-based insights that are useful to practitioners, policy makers and researchers.
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Keywords: EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH; RESEARCH DESIGN; RESEARCH METHODOLOGY; THEORY PRACTICE RELATIONSHIPS

Document Type: Regular Paper

Publication date: May, 2012

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