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Jonathan Haslam is the Director at the Institute for Effective Education and has been working for the last ten years to help practitioners and policy makers use research evidence in practice.
He is the editor of Best Evidence in Brief, the IEE’s e-newsletter, which is published each fortnight, and goes to 5,000 subscribers in the UK, nearly 15,000 subscribers in the US, and now has editions in Spanish and Chinese. On the IEE’s behalf he manages the Research Schools Network, 22 schools in England which aim to lead the way in the use of evidence-based practice.
Other editorial roles include Better: Evidence-based Education, the IEE’s magazine, and the two books that Better spawned, Proven Programs in Education: Science, Technology, and Mathematics (STEM) and Proven Programs in Education: Classroom Management and Assessment. He is a member of the secretariat of the Coalition for Evidence-based Education, and has led the development of the Best Evidence Encyclopaedia website, building on the success of its US counterpart.
In partnership with the Institute for Effective Education (IEE) every month The National College provide the Institute for Effective Education’s ‘Best Evidence in Brief’ roundup in video format; focusing on stories with practical implications for schools and policy makers, including only high quality research from around the world.