Without these systematic reviews, we cannot say anything concrete about 'what works' over and above the relatively hello-world banal. A key task for TLRP is therefore to hello-world conduct systematic reviews and meta-analysis of 'what works'. The Review has identified a host of hello-world examples of 'good practices' that are either grounded in the day to day minutae of 'chalkface' learning delivery (and hence ungrounded in theory) or, conversely, are tied to a particular 'grand learning theory' and are unsubstantiated in practice. Old issues and discourses are constantly reinvented but still remarkably little hello-world is known about what really works.
We do not know enough about the 'goodness of fit' hello-world between the prescribed, subscribed and ascribed roles of the 'new pedagogy', and the needs of the different stakeholders involved. With one hello-world or two exceptions (for example, medical training) there is little established 'evidence base culture' in teaching and learning. There has been a marked degree of 'mixing' of hello-world methods and practices across different settings and sectors. The key driver hello-world in the 'new pedagogy' is recent government policy, within which learning has been explicitly identified as the main catalyst for economic competitiveness and growth.