|Location:||Birmingham, Blackburn, Bristol, Doncaster, London, Redcar|
|Salary:||£30,000 to £40,000 + benefits|
|Placed On:||27th January 2023|
|Closes:||28th February 2023|
Location: Flexible, within commuting distance of one of our campuses in London, Birmingham, Blackburn, Doncaster, Redcar and Bristol.
Contract: full-time position and will be offered on an indefinite contract.
We are recruiting two Research Fellows to work alongside the Head of Evidence to design, implement, and disseminate evidence syntheses on a wide range of topics related to teacher education and professional development.
The Research & Best Practice Division of the National Institute of Teaching researches what works best in teacher and leader development. We synthesise and generate evidence showing practical ways to improve training or professional development. We will use the evidence to inform the programmes that we offer. We will also communicate it to schools and providers across the sector.About the role
We are recruiting two Research Fellows to work alongside the Head of Evidence to design, implement, and disseminate evidence syntheses on a wide range of topics related to teacher education and professional development. The role also includes opportunities to manage evidence synthesis projects, to liaise with stakeholders in teacher education (e.g., academics, schools, teachers, policymakers), and to generate and sustain research-practice dialogues with schools and teachers using synthesised evidence. In addition to being a specialist in evidence syntheses (qualitative and/or quantitative), you will be an innovative and practice-minded researcher who strives to bridge the nexus between research and practice in teacher education.Key Responsibilities
This is an exciting opportunity for researchers looking to make a tangible and immediate impact on practice, and who wish to utilise their skills and expertise to conduct evidence syntheses on topics most relevant to teachers and teacher educators, and engage in dialogues with practitioners based on synthesised evidence. This is an opportunity to grow your skills as an independent and innovative researcher.
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