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Researching learning and teaching issues: Reflecting on an action research approach

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START DATE 23 October 2014
START TIME 12:00pm

Room VG02, Vine Building, Hendon campus, NW4 4BT

END DATE 23 October 2014
END TIME 01:00pm

The 2014 autumn seminar series in the Department of Psychology continues with the visit of Lin Norton from Liverpool Hope University.

'Researching learning and teaching issues: Reflecting on an action research approach'  

In this seminar, Lin will draw on her book 'Action Research in Teaching & Learning' to discuss some of the benefits (as well as how to avoid the pitfalls) of this type of research. 

The seminar will be of interest to academic staff who would like to explore the possibilities of such an approach to: i) research some element of their teaching or assessment practice, ii) inform course design and development, iii) enhance their reflective practice or iv) disseminate some innovative learning and teaching initiative. 

It will also be of interest to students at an undergraduate or postgraduate level who are thinking about developing a pedagogical research study of their own. 

Further details can be found on her website: There is no need to book tickets or reserve a space at this event, attendees can simply turn up. If you have any questions please contact Yvan Russell.

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