Research Projects


London Connected Learning Centre is involved in education research. Our recent and current research projects include:

Education Development Trust:
Technology-enhanced professional development survey


London CLC is part of Education Development Trust. We are reviewing promising practice in how teachers and educators are using a range of digital technologies to support teacher professional development. We're interested in finding examples of technology-enabled professional development around the world and would like to collect stories of informal and formal approaches in a range of countries and contexts.

If you’re using social media, video, podcasts, portfolios and other tools and methods to ensure children and young people have the best teachers possible, then we want to hear from you.

Please complete this short survey to tell us more about what you have been doing, and if it’s a good fit for our report, then we’ll be in touch to find out more.

Survey Link

ReflectED


ReflectED is an approach that develops pupil’s metacognition as a tool for learning. Rosendale Primary School in Lambeth has been developing the ReflectED approach...

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The TALIS Video Study


A pioneering, international study, which seeks to improve understanding of which aspects of teaching are related to pupil learning, and the nature of those relationships...

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ScratchMaths


London CLC is a partner supporting the IOE UCL London Knowledge Lab led research project ScratchMaths. The research, which has been funded by the Education...

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Blogs & writing


There is plenty of evidence to show that blogging arouses students’ interest and enthusiasm for writing, but very little attention has been paid to its effects on the quality of writing...

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