Blog 2: December 2014
John Webber – Project Manager: Learning Innovation and Technology at Sussex Downs College – will blog on his insights into how action research can help support learning and the development of effective learners.
Blog 3: January 2015
John Sutter – Director at Learning Unlimited, and Learning Enhancement Manager (language and literacies) at University for the Creative Arts – will blog on his reflections on multimodality, and share reflections on the programme’s second webinar: What is multimodality and why does it matter?
Blog 4: February 2015
JD Carpentieri – Lecturer in Adult Education at the Institute of Education, National Research and Development Centre (NRDC) – will blog on research methods and share his reflections on the programme’s third webinar : How to critically analyse and present data.
Blog 5: March 2015
Joel Petrie (Advanced Lecturer for HE) and Lydia Redican (Student Recruitment Officer), co-convenors of the NW LSRN from The City of Liverpool College, will blog about the college’s long standing practitioner-led research network, and their new Research Matters portal for research-engaged staff in the college and the wider sector.
Blog 7: May 2015
Dr Matt O’Leary will write June’s blog on the topic of teacher evaluation and quality. Matt is a Principal Lecturer and Research Fellow in Post-Compulsory Education at the Centre for Research and Development in Lifelong Education (CRADLE), University of Wolverhampton
Blog 8: June 2015
Cathy Clarkson – an avid blogger and Advanced Teaching and Learning Coach from Kirklees College – will share her reflections on engaging in a whole organisation approach to practitioner-led action research pilot.
Blog 9: July 2015
David Russell, CEO of The Education and Training Foundation, will share his thoughts on the Foundation’s second annual Research Conference, scheduled for 7 July 2015 in London.