Probationers: This is a choice, but highly recommended for anyone who is unfamiliar with the education literature and particularly those whose home discipline is quite different (e.g. uses quantitative data). This session also gives you time to work on your claim with support!
Highly recommended for: All people claiming all categories of HEA fellowship through the Pathways to HEA Fellowship (PHEAF). In particular, those that have not used the education literature before and especially those whose home discipline is quite different (e.g. uses quantitative data).
Of interest to: This may be of interest to those who wish to use the education literature for developing their teaching in general who are not writing a claim for Fellowship. But some of the session will be targeted to thinking about how to include it in a claim for Fellowship.
This session is designed for those who need to find and use the education literature to support their claim for (any category of) HEA fellowship. The format of the sessions will be an interactive workshop.
It will include:
- An overview of the types of education literature
- How to use it in your narrative to support and evidence your claim
- A brief introduction to how to search for relevant items using an education database
- An opportunity to spend time finding references for your claim
Date(s) - 20/10/2020
1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Not applicable – WEBINAR
Event Speaker/Organiser: ASD Course Code: APDaS100-2020-21 Topic: introduction to education literature UKPSF: All Curriculum Transformation: N/A Bath Blend: N/A Digital Capability: All RDF: D3 Target Audience: Other
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