Impact research is a method in which the client, researchers, executors of the intervention and educationalists jointly visualize the impact of an intervention on learning processes. An intervention can be a course or line of skills, or an innovation within education, in any case aimed at realizing sustainable behavioral changes. You do impact research together, because there is a constant interaction between actions and research. It makes you curious how you can achieve the most impact, and this results in a well-considered design and evaluation of the intervention.
During the network lunch Mandy Hollander and Rick Wolff will tell you about their experiences with conducting an impact study. They take you through the method they have applied and how you can increase the impact, a sustainable behavioral change. Impact research does not have to be time-consuming: with a few small adjustments you can investigate the impact of your intervention in a more targeted way.