Alton-Lee, A. (2017, September).
Invited paper for the International Bureau of Education - UNESCO Project: Rethinking and repositioning curriculum in the
21st century: A global paradigm shift. Evidence, Data and Knowledge, Ministry of Education, Wellington: New Zealand.
- Disciplined innovation for equity and excellence in education: Learning from Māori and Pasifika change expertise
Alton-Lee, A. (2015, September).
Invited paper for the World Educational Research Association focal session: Education of Diverse Students: A Multi Country Perspective.
Selected Papers and Publications
- Evidence in Action: Bringing the 'how' of equity, excellence and inclusion in education to the forefront of policy dialogue
Alton-Lee, A. (2016, April).
Statement prepared for the invited seminar 'Thinking about Teachers, Teaching and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development' University of Cambridge, Education International, Open Society Foundations, and the Centre for Research and Innovation, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.
Alton-Lee, A. (2009).
DVD Presented by Adrienne Alton-Lee (PhD), Chief Education Advisor, Best Evidence Synthesis Programme, Ministry of Education
Alton-Lee, A. (2008).
This paper discusses the ways in which teacher professional development could be developed in order to positively influence student outcomes for diverse students.
It's Time for a New Learning Agenda in Policy, Research and Practice in Education: Making a Bigger Difference in Desired Educational Outcomes for Diverse Learners through Collaborative Cultures of Inquiry and Development
Conference of the Pacific Circle Consortium: 'Education in a Pacific Circle Context: Educational Outcomes for the Twenty-first Century', 25-29 June 2007, Hawaii.
Iterative Best Evidence Synthesis: Strengthening Research, Policy and Practice Links to Improve Outcomes
4th Annual Policy Conference: Policy Evolution 29 March, 2006
Collaborating across Policy, Research and Practice: Knowledge Building for Sustainable Educational Development
|OECD/Netherlands Evidence Based Policy Research Conference Linking Evidence to Practice The Hague, September 14-15, 2005|
Quality Teaching: How an Evidence-Based Approach Can Help
Australian Curriculum Studies Association, Melbourne, 24 May 2005
A Collaborative Knowledge Building Strategy To Improve Educational Policy and Practice: Work in Progress in the Ministry of Education's Iterative Best Evidence Synthesis Programme
New Zealand Association for Research in Education, National Conference, Wellington, November 25, 2004
Improving Education Policy and Practice through an Iterative Best Evidence Synthesis Programme
OECD-US Seminar, Evidenced-Based Policy Research, Washington DC, April 19-20, 2004
The following sites provide access to programmes of work that are focused on linking research evidence to practice in education.
(EIPPEE) is a two year project from March 2011 to March 2013. The project aims to further evidence-informed policy and practice and increase the use of decision making in education across Europe.
Harnessing knowledge to practice.
Ontario Institute for Studies in Education: Research Supporting Practice in Education. (RSPE)
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (IIEP)
The Ontario Ministry of Education has made available a Capacity Building Series designed to support leaders and teachers in sharing and developing capability in effective teaching approaches.
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (IBE).
The International Academy of Education is a not-for-profit scientific association that promotes educational research.
Teaching and Learning Toolkit - What is the toolkit?
The Sutton Trust-EEF Teaching Learning Toolkit is an independent UK resource which provides guidance for teachers and schools on how to use their resources to improve the attainment of disadvantaged pupils.
The Toolkit is an accessible summary of educational research. It currently covers 21 topics, each summarised in terms of their potential impact on attainment, the strength of the evidence supporting them, their cost, and their applicability.