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2013
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Research Brief;13-008
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Since 2009, research-to-practice translation has emerged to become an increasingly important agenda for the Ministry of Education and the National Institute of Education (NIE). At the NIE, the first funding cycle yielded the fruition of many design-based research projects. These projects have been demonstrably successful in their original schools of implementation and, therefore, would be of benefit to policymakers and grant-funding agencies to understand how the deliverables from these projects might be translated into wider practice in a diversity of educational settings relevant to the Singapore context. The central focus of this research study was to develop a framework to understand how the outcomes and programmes arising from researcher-driven interventions may be extended and scaled into wider practitioner-driven enactments, in the context of the education system in Singapore.
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This brief was based on the project OER 13/10 LYT: The Development of a Framework for the Effective Translation of Educational Research into Sustained Practice in Singapore.
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2010-3093
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