Ten things I learnt from ResearchEd Midlands

Switching on the Lightbulb

I have had this blog site for a while, but as the more beady-eyed amongst you may have noticed, this is my first actual blog. Of course, I’ve been intending to write something for a while, and in fact I have a draft that I wrote way back in November that is still incomplete. However, today, I attended ResearchEd Midlands. It was a fascinating, thought-provoking and thoroughly enjoyable day, which has inspired me to write my first ever blog! So, in a light-hearted way I thought I would share ten things which I learnt from today (the deep and meaningful analysis will hopefully come later once I have had a chance to digest  everything I have seen and heard today)

So, in no particular order, here are ten things I have learnt from ResearchEd Midlands:

  1. There are some great people out there doing some wonderful things with educational research
  2. There…

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