Presentation on theme: "School of Education and Professional Studies Theory-Methodology Dialogues: Navigating Boundaries Between Contexts of Research Learning and Enactment Dr."— Presentation transcript:
School of Education and Professional Studies Theory-Methodology Dialogues: Navigating Boundaries Between Contexts of Research Learning and Enactment Dr Sarojni Choy, Prof. Parlo Singh & Dr Minglin Li
Department name (edit in View > Header and Footer...) Why is the research being conducted? Student diversity culturally, linguistically and socially diverse range of professional and career backgrounds unique sets of knowledge, skills, attributes and experiences various understandings about methodological concepts and how these may apply to their fields of study - given that gender, power, language, ethics, time, confidentiality etc are interpreted and valued in different ways across different fields and societies.
Department name (edit in View > Header and Footer...) Tensions Completing thesis requirements vs developing as a researcher for the real world. New knowledge vs existing knowledge and understandings when conceptualising methodological concepts from an academic paradigm to the realities of discipline areas and also social and national contexts.
Our interests What challenges do you experience in understanding, translating and applying methodological concepts from theory to practice? [eg. methodological sensitivities, procedures for surveys, interviews, interpretation of data etc. Think about what you learn for fulfill the requirements of your thesis and how these apply in the real world.] What strategies do you apply to cross boundaries between theory to practice in researching in your discipline? In what ways can the university improve its current curriculum and provisions to assist you? Department name (edit in View > Header and Footer...)
3.00 – 3.10OverviewSarojni 3.10 - 3.20Self-reflectionParticipants 3.20 – 3.50 Group discussion Sarojni Approx. 10 mins per question. 3.50 – 4.00SummaryMinglin Department name (edit in View > Header and Footer...)
The expected benefits of the research: Understand the challenges HDR students experience Generate self-reflection by students Initiate a dialogue around these challenges and generate ways to support HDR students Appraise current curriculum and learning provisions
Department name (edit in View > Header and Footer...) Your participation Voluntary – no consequences No risk Confidentiality maintained
Department name (edit in View > Header and Footer...) Questions, comments, further discussion Our contact: email@example.com Minglin.firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
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