Resources: Research evaluation

7 resources found for "Research evaluation"
Arts and Humanities Research Council
The Arts and Humanities Research Council supports research within a huge subject domain from traditional humanities subjects, such as history, modern languages and English literature, to the creative and performing arts.The AHRC funds research and postgraduate study within the UK's higher education institutions. In addition, on behalf of the Higher Education Funding Council for England, it provides funding for museums, galleries and collections...
Developing a systematic approach towards impact field research
This is a collaborative ESCalate research project on behalf of the South West Regional Group for Professional Development (SWRGPD), to coordinate and build upon the good practice development of the members of the SWRGPD and disseminate results in partnership with UCET et al. Recent changes in HE accredited postgraduate funding arrangements by the Training and Development Agency (TDA) for schools has seen the introduction of a new scheme called...
In conversation with ... Andrew Pollard
This is an article from the ESCalate newsletter, issue 14, summer 2009 featuring an interview with Professor Andrew Pollard, the outgoing Director of the Teaching and Learning Research Programme (TLRP). He answers questions from Fiona Hyland of ESCalate about the state of Education research today and developments for the future
M Level PGCE
The ideas here are presented by delegates who attended the ESCalate ITE M level PGCE seminar at the University of Gloucestershire on January 9th 2007 and it forms part of the ESCalate Help Directory for Teacher Educators. Discussions covered the following topic areas: * Staff development; * School-baesd research; * Curriculum structure and content; * Student induction and support; * Admissions and support. There was lively...
M Level PGCE Questionnaire
At the second ESCalate M level PGCE seminar held at Liverpool John Moores University on 2nd March 2007, delegates were asked if they would fill in a questionnaire concerning their provision of M level PGCE. The following document is the result of that survey. The text summarises the findings, while the full summary and the details of the responses are available to download as a PDF. It forms part of the ESCalate Help Directory for Teacher...
The use of “videopapers” in professional learning and assessment
PGCE student teachers (or for that matter new university tutors engaged in professional education in HE) often find it difficult to “see” what is going on in their classrooms. They can further experience difficulties in linking theory with observations of experienced teachers and tutors and their own practice. Assessment in the past has often entailed traditional submissions such as essays, observation tasks, portfolios and analogue video...
The value of using video narratives for research
This is an article from the ESCalate newsletter, summer 2010, celebrating 10 years of the education subject centre. Gordon Joyes write about supporting his education students’ use of video to help them and their peers reflect on the research process