Research Development Day
Date & Time
Sunday, March 15, 2020, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
As educators we have access to students who can give us very rich data for research and scholarship. Research in the classroom is important for personal development, as it helps us to better understand what we are doing. Of course, published papers resulting from such research are important for professional development.
It may be that you are quite new to research in the education context; you may want to understand the research process that will result in a paper, or you may be looking for possible research ideas. It may be that you already have some research ideas or one or more research projects underway, and would like constructive feedback to help you take your project through the next stages toward completion. This is the right workshop for you.
Similar workshops have been conducted at the last two annual conferences. Detailed information about the Research Development Day at the 2018 Conference is on the TBLC website (Communities of Practice: Research and Scholarship). This interactive 2020 workshop is designed to help every participant develop their understanding of research and their particular research ideas in a friendly and supportive manner.
You will be asked to prepare and submit a simple research idea poster before the start of the conference, and you and your allocated team members will work on that idea during the workshop. You will learn from experienced and high-level TBL researchers, as well as through structured and practical exercises with potential collaborators. These will help you to develop your particular research idea, and perhaps team up with others to identify a new idea and plan a collaborative research project.
You are welcome to contact the organiser if you have any particular questions: email@example.com
You may wish to order a boxed lunch for this full-day program.