I have just came out of education to complete a PhD. I want to use the research to assist colleagues in schools. I am particularly interested in improving effectiveness in response to low level disruptive behaviour. My research tools are geared to enhancing teacher's professional development and they represent the core of my 'original contribution to knowledge'. As I have not submitted yet is it advisable for me to protect my intellectual property and licence it to the fledgling CIC or to show commitment by allowing it to be subject to 'assets lock?
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