- Builds on research already gathered during the Targeted Intervention Framework
- Internationally recognised MirandaNet Fellowship
- Be a research-active school
Teachers and school leaders collect a wealth of practice-based research on effective intervention strategies while completing the SAM Learning Targeted Intervention Framework. Participants can now use this work to secure a MirandaNet Fellowship as part of the school’s CPD programme. It’s a cost-effective way to provide CPD that doesn’t require time away from school.
“The reason MirandaNet has partnered with SAM Learning is to provide a forum for classroom teachers and policy leaders to reflect on their practice and publish evidence on effective classroom strategies and improved impact on learning.”
Dr Christina Preston, Professor of Education Innovation, De Montford University
MirandaNet Founder Dr Christina Preston is Professor of Education Innovation, The Innovation Centre, De Montfort University. Christina has won five international awards for her innovative continuing professional programmes designed for educators globally promoting practice-based research and collaboration across national boundaries.
Dr Christina Preston
Provide evidence to Ofsted that the school is research active. The resulting articles can be used by the school to inform policy and practice and for marketing purposes.
We follow a process called the SAM Success Cycle, which is a multiple-year partnership to support long-term school improvement. Following a needs analysis, we make recommendations and can provide a series of proven packages – effectively ‘leadership in a box’ frameworks. The following packages are currently available:
Find out more about how we work.