Promoting Research Informed Teaching
  • 2nd Floor Meeting Room, 3 Endsleigh Place

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Developing links between research and teaching is a top priority here at Plymouth and an important national teaching agenda. 

This workshop encourages academics and practitioners to explore the intersects between research evidence and teaching practice in their own work to identify how research informed curricula can be developed. This may be through using the outputs of research to strengthen academic work or by getting students to use research methods in investigation or to participate in research both small and large scale. 

 We will examine and critique case studies from other institutions and examine the utility of problem and enquiry-based learning techniques. 

This workshop is suitable for staff who are and those who are not research active. 

Contact: Jennie Winter (jennie.winter@plymouth.ac.uk) for further information.

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