Presentation on theme: "The relationship between research and employability: A personal perspective Jodie Hunter University of Plymouth Escalate April."— Presentation transcript:
The relationship between research and employability: A personal perspective Jodie Hunter University of Plymouth email@example.com Escalate April 2010
Overview My background Developing research projects in your place of study/work Similarities and differences in working as a teacher and as a research fellow How does being involved in research support your career path?
My journey… University student Primary school teacher Research Fellow in Mathematics and Statistics
Developing research projects My first experiences with research - Students in a mathematical community of inquiry: What do they think? - Relational or calculational thinking: Students solving open number sentence equivalence problems. - Developing early algebraic reasoning in an inquiry environment - Masters Thesis www.merga.net.au
Developing research projects Discussion: What areas could you research in your place of work/study? Points to consider: -Background research - Research question -Ethics - Participants -Data collection - Analysis
Developing research projects My experiences with research as a Research Fellow at University of Plymouth - Mathematics Enhancement Project - Developing early algebraic reasoning in primary classrooms: Student and teacher perspectives - Lesson study as a form of research based professional development
Similarities/Differences in undertaking research Focus of the research Ethics Funding Collaboration
How has research supported my career path? As a teacher - In the classroom - In the whole school context - In the wider community As a University academic
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