Evidence 4 Impact

Many educational interventions claim to be evidence-based or supported by research, but it can be difficult to assess these claims or compare the evidence for different interventions.

Evidence 4 Impact (E4I) aims to overcome this difficulty by providing a simple evidence rating system and concise evidence summaries that enable you to make a well-informed judgement on the extent to which a programme’s effectiveness is proven.

Central to E4I is a comprehensive database of programmes available in the UK, including details on their effectiveness and cost, together with links to the providers and experts who can offer further support. The database can be easily searched by key stage, subject area and targeted group, so that results are tailored to the specific needs of your class or school.

E4I is updated regularly to include new programmes or to take new research into account.

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