- Location: Maurice Keyworth SR 1.15
- Time: 09.30 – 12.00
INTRODUCING the basics of pedagogical research practice is the focus of the first of a series of seven new LITE Getting Started in Pedagogic Research workshops.
The programme has been designed by the Institute to support pedagogic researchers from the very beginnings of a project idea to the final stages of dissemination and impact across the University of Leeds.
Colleagues can choose to attend all workshops or, simply attend the appropriate workshop for them. the University of Leeds.
This first session will give an overview of the complete research process and aimed at colleagues completely new to research or those with limited experience needing some direction and structure to their planning.
The focus will be on pedagogic research exploring approaches and themes within learning and teaching and the higher education environment
LITE Director, Professor Tina Overton, said: .
We had an overwhelming response to previous supporting PedR LITE events so to meet that demand we’ve put together this series of workshops designed to support the full journey of pedagogic research.
“This first session will provide a ‘whistle-stop’ tour of all stages of a research project, with a specific focus on some of the key considerations that are essential in the early stages of research project planning.
“By the end of the workshop attendees will be able to start exploring their proposed area of research building a picture of current literature and activity prior to formulating their research question and identifying their aims and objectives.”
“LITE will be announcing the six other workshops as and when they happen so please do register for a specific session useful to you, or even, all of them.”
To attend Workshop One: Introduction to the basics, please complete the online form.