An evolving process for a writing partnership - Peter Wolstencroft and Carol Thomson

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Presentation at HEA-funded workshop 'Supporting undergraduate and Level 7 student teachers to develop meaningful qualitative research projects'.

Presenters proposed a range of theoretical lenses and stimuli through which delegates may guide undergraduate and Level 7 students to develop small-scale qualitative research projects. Delegates engaged in group discussions and activities to explore issues and share ideas about how to support students to become confident, competent researchers.

This presentation is part of a related blog post that provides an overview of the event: http://bit.ly/1nKHomg

For further details of the HEA's work on teaching research methods in the Social Sciences, please see: http://bit.ly/15go0mh

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An evolving process for a writing partnership - Peter Wolstencroft and Carol Thomson

  1. 1. HEA Seminar Tuesday 8 April 2014
  2. 2. An evolving process for a writing partnership Recognise Benefits and Drawbacks • Complete Doom Activity to experience this Doom
  3. 3. Doom • The Planet Golynxx is about to collide with earth. The collision will be devastating and it is estimated that life on earth as we know it will not exist after the planets crash. You have been chosen to lead an escape party from earth to set up a new life on another planet (as yet the destination has not been disclosed). Scientists believe that the new planet will be able to sustain human life and provide food and shelter for a new community. Transport to the new planet will be by a Bathyscape which can hold the ‘escape committee’ and a maximum of 10 other people. • As part of the ‘escape committee’ you are responsible for choosing the 10 people who will travel with you. Select your 10 companions, then try to persuade your colleagues that you have made the right choices. Candidates for the party are: • Accountant (Male 39) • Accountant’s pregnant wife (Female 32) • Nun (62) • Watchmaker (Male 56) • Policewoman (28) • School girl (16) • Olympic runner (Male 28) • Farmer (Male 29) • Computer programmer (Male 27) • Admin Manager (Female 26) • Historian (Male 44) • Psychologist (Female 30) • Teacher (Male 35) • Businessman (Male 53) • Professional footballer (Male 31) • Dentist (Female 37) • Surgeon (Male 61) • Driving instructor (Female 23)
  4. 4. The Evolving Process Represented in pictorial form …. For discussion and organisation into a process that works for you

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