In my last post, The quest for the holy metric? I argued that the heart of the shared measurement issue in social development is not an evaluation problem, it’s a translation problem. What we really want to know is how can I translate the social value that I have captured into a language that you understand so that you value the work too? more >
Innovations being applied, and developed to address needs in education – the tools, the needs, and the sorts of 'value' we should look for
"Nominet Trust’s Development Research programme focuses on four key elements of innovation:...the application of new ideas, generated at the intersection of insight and invention, that leads to social or economic value."
Through a series of blog posts over the next 12 months, I’m hoping to show some of the ways those elements of innovation can be talked about, and related to each other in an applied context – specifically, that of education. more >