- Time: 09:30 to 16:00
- Location: Weetwood Hall, Leeds
A DAY-LONG retreat to support colleagues in the early stages of their pedagogic research (PedR) has been organised by the Leeds Institute for Teaching Excellence (LITE).
The LITE Pedagogic Research Retreat will offer the time and space to create a ‘sound plan for implementation in the coming year’ for any current or future PedR research at the University of Leeds.
It will also help guide participants through the development stages of designing a research project, from fine tuning the research question and objectives, to identifying methodologies and exploring possible ethical considerations.
Attendees will be supported by ‘friendly facilitators’ drawn from LITE fellows who will share their own experiences of pedagogic research.
Professor Tina Overton, Director at LITE, said:
“Given the strong response we’ve had to our ‘Getting started in pedagogic research’ workshops, we felt that providing space and time to supporting the early stages of PedR projects at Leeds in the form of a retreat would be a good idea.
“Hopefully, by the end of this retreat, researchers will have a robust project plan including an outline for impact evaluation and dissemination and a timeline by which to guide their progress.”
Attendance at this retreat is free and includes tea and coffee and a buffet lunch.
THIS EVENT IS NOW FULL BUT TO BE ADDED TO A STANDBY LIST PLEASE EMAIL: LITE@leeds.ac.uk