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Education Research that Matters: Doing Research in Your Learning Community

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Duration

4 weeks

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Delivery Method

Online

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Lifetime Access

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Accessibility

Mobile, Desktop

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Language

English

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Subtitles

English

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Level

Beginner

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Effort

3 hours per week

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Teaching Type

Self Paced

Course Description

Teachers want to be better teachers. However, it can be difficult for people outside of research communities and to conduct their own research.

This course will teach you how to conduct your own education research as well as how to create support communities for education research practice.

This course will cover research design as well as tools that can be used to assist you in conducting research on common teaching issues.

Expert university researchers will support you in your research and help you to find, analyse, communicate, and communicate your data.

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What You Will Learn

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Explain the importance of developing a research culture in schools and classrooms

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Design a research project using the right data collection and analysis techniques for your needs

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Identify the best ways of communicating your research findings for the right audiences

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Develop an effective research question focused on an element of your practice

Target Students

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This course is designed for school teachers and educators in non-school settings who– like to learn how to undertake and use educational research

Course Instructors

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Deborah Youdell

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I am a Professor of Education at the University of Birmingham. My research explores education inequalities and links to policy, pedagogy, and identities as well as biosocial influences on learning.
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Karl Kitching

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I am a Reader in Education at the University of Birmingham. My research focuses on how inequalities of race, religion, age and sexuality manifest in education policy and in people's school experience.
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Hannah Tyreman

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I am the Head of Online Learning and Community at the Chartered College of Teaching. Prior to this role I taught English and led professional learning in Further Education settings.

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