Research and Evaluation
The GLP includes a comprehensive programme of research and evaluation that aims to build a body of knowledge on global learning in the context of schooling in England. This gives teachers access to an increased evidence base related to how global learning might successfully support learning outcomes for pupils in the wider curriculum. The research and evaluation work will respond to specific research questions on practice and impact, and there are four main strands to it:
- The Whole School Audit (WSA) provides mainly quantitative data on global learning in schools across England. The research team uses this to collect baseline and impact data from schools involved in the programme.
- The Pupil Assessment Tool provides mainly quantitative analysis of pupils’ global learning pupil outcomes. The research team collects baseline and impact data from schools.
- The Innovation Fund supports small-scale innovative research by school-based educators on a global learning theme.
- Qualitative data collection and analysis looks at key themes such as pupils’ perceptions of global learning, global learning for children with special educational needs, and teachers’ journeys.
You can access the GLP research outputs here. For further information about research and evaluation on the GLP contact firstname.lastname@example.org