Summaries of BESs

The summaries are very useful introductions to the content of the Best Evidence Syntheses.

Introduction/Whakataki

The following International Academy of Education summaries are based on the key findings of the:

  • Teacher Professional Learning and Development Best Evidence Synthesis
  • Effective Pedagogy in Mathematics/Pāngarau Best Evidence Synthesis
  • Effective Pedagogy in Social Sciences/Tikanga ā Iwi Best Evidence Synthesis

Hardcopies of summaries are available free to New Zealand educators from orders@thechair.minedu.govt.nz in English and te reo Māori.

Resources

The summaries are very useful introductions to the content of the Best Evidence Syntheses.

The summaries have been published by the International Academy of Education and the International Bureau of Education as part of their international commitment to fostering scholarly excellence in all fields of education.


Teacher professional learning and development

English Version:

Authors: Timperley, H. (2008)
International Academy of Education and International Bureau of Education, Paris, UNESCO.

Te Reo Version:

Authors: Timperley, H. (2008)
Te Wānanga Mātauranga o te Ao, Te Whare Mātauranga o te Ao, Paris, UNESCO


It is also available in different languages, on the International Bureau of Education website.



Effective pedagogy in social sciences

English Version:

Authors: Sinnema, C. & Aitken, G. (2012)
International Academy of Education and International Bureau of Education Paris, UNESCO.

Te Reo Version:

Authors: Sinnema, C. & Aitken, G. (2012)
Te Wānanga Mātauranga o te Ao, Te Whare Mātauranga o te Ao, Paris, UNESCO


It is also available in different languages, on the International Bureau of Education website.



Effective pedagogy in mathematics

English Version:

Authors: G. Anthony, G. & Walshaw, M. (2009)
International Academy of Education and International Bureau of Education, Paris, UNESCO.

Te Reo Version:

Authors: Anthony, G., & Walshaw, M. (2009)
Te Wānanga Mātauranga o te Ao, Te Whare Mātauranga o te Ao, Paris, UNESCO.


It is also available in different languages, on the International Bureau of Education website.