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HTSA research methodology workshop may 22 2013


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HTSA Research Methods Workshop May, 2013, Southampton

HTSA Research Methods Workshop May, 2013, Southampton

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  • Ask questions to remind group of what we think in response to one and two above.
  • The iterative cycles of design, engineering and development Rapid prototypes, test fast, learn fast, and improve At this point, we come back to the idea that it is a system. Even as we focus in on something specfic—how might we teach a particular concept—the idea of an instructional systems. So yes curriculum matters but it sits within a larger frame.
  • Invite contributions from teaches about what they would look for as evidence of self directed learning?
  • The world is complex…
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    • 1. Learning across TransitionsWhat evidence do we need?How can we collect it?How can we synthesise it?Learning TogetherDoStudyActPlan
    • 2. Shared purposeWhat’s at the heart of the problem of transitions?What are our shared design principles?What’s our shared methodology forimprovement?What is our measurement model?
    • 3. Test FastFail Fast And EarlyLearn And Improve
    • 4. ExplicateImprovementHypothesesTry out anImprovementProtocolMeasureOutcomesAnalyzeResultsRevise,RefineRelateAnalyzeCausesAssessCurrentSystemACTPLANSTUDYDOAn Improvement Cycle
    • 5. PLANChoosingObserving &DescribingGeneratingQuestionsUncovering StoriesMappingDODesigningimprovement protocolTry out improvementprotocolSTUDYMeasure changeAnalyse ResultsACTRevise, Refine,Collaborate.Present and Re-develop
    • 6. Looking Ahead:learners, leaders, championsMeasurableImprovementat ScaleHunchesTheoriesIdeasP DSAP DSAP DSAP DSANetwork expansion,implementation under more variedconditions 2014 →full scale, try out, 2013/14 →small scaletesting, 2012/13 →
    • 7. Hunches Theories IdeasMeasurable System Improvement: New Knowledge and Know How
    • 8. What are we measuring?
    • 9. We’re doing somethingdifferent for a purposeWhat are the studentoutcomes we are looking for?
    • 10. student self-directed learning
    • 11. Self-directed learning is complexFuzziness Incompleteness Randomness
    • 12. Our critical friend 1929
    • 13. Empirical Analytical Interests• Based on instrumental values• Technical interest in control• Expressed through strategic rationality• Favours use of numbers• Generalisations• Means end / cause effect approach• Prediction• Reduction
    • 14. Hermeneutical Interests• Based on values of open dialogue• Practical interest in free communication• Expressed in hermeneutical rationality• Interpretive approaches• Qualitative methodologies• Informing judgement• Case studies for explanatory purpose
    • 15. Emancipatory Interests• Expressed in emancipatory rationality• Based on values of transformation &empowerment• Interest in freedom from distortion at personaland political levels• Critical social science• Socio-historical & narrative approaches• Action research to improve practice
    • 16. we are the newRenaissance
    • 17. THE SCHOOL AS A LEARNING COMMUNITYLeadershipLearningTeacherLearningStudentLearningSchool ascomplexsystemThreelearningprocessesfocused onstudentlearning andachievement
    • 18. Evidence Hubfor knowledge sharing and harnessingcollective intelligence
    • 19. Learning Together