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Engaging with educational literature: reading and writing

The learning outcomes for the PCAPP programme require you to incorporate ‘research and scholarship as appropriate’. The need for evidence-based practice and engagement with the literature of learning and teaching is also evidence in the UKPSF (A5 and V3). But what if reading pedagogical literature feels like reading a foreign language, or like chewing through a “wet woolly wall” (Loads, 2013)? This workshop will support your engagement with the literature of educational research. By the end of this workshop you will be able to identify the different paradigms that you are likely to encounter in the literature, have considered how your own disciplinary practices intersect with these research paradigms, understand how to undertake a literature review within the field of educational enquiry.

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