Institute of Education
Nature or Nurture:
the metamorphosis from
practitioner to researcher…
Dr Richard Woolley
 Asking for help
 Asking for help
 Mini writing opportunities
 Asking for help
 Mini writing opportunities
 Broadening perspectives
 Asking for help
 Mini writing opportunities
 Broadening perspectives
 Networking
 Asking for help
 Mini writing opportunities
 Broadening perspectives
 Networking
 Small-scale projects
 Asking for help
 Mini writing opportunities
 Broadening perspectives
 Networking
 Small-scale projects
 Apprentices...
 Asking for help
 Mini writing opportunities
 Broadening perspectives
 Networking
 Small-scale projects
 Apprentices...
 Asking for help
 Mini writing opportunities
 Broadening perspectives
 Networking
 Small-scale projects
 Apprentices...
 Asking for help
 Mini writing opportunities
 Broadening perspectives
 Networking
 Small-scale projects
 Apprentices...
 Asking for help
 Mini writing opportunities
 Broadening perspectives
 Networking
 Small-scale projects
 Apprentices...
Institute of Education
Nature or Nurture:
the metamorphosis from
practitioner to researcher…
Dr Richard Woolley
r.woolley@...
Nature or Nurture: the metamorphosis from practitioner to researcher - Richard Wooley
Nature or Nurture: the metamorphosis from practitioner to researcher - Richard Wooley
Nature or Nurture: the metamorphosis from practitioner to researcher - Richard Wooley
Nature or Nurture: the metamorphosis from practitioner to researcher - Richard Wooley
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Presentation at HEA-funded workshop 'Developing a research-led culture within post-92 education departments'.

This event will brought together colleagues from across the sector with an interest in research leadership and building a research-led culture. The event facilitated a discussion through which participants could explore/identify key elements that form barriers, as well as those that support, the development of a research-led culture.

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

For further details of the HEA's work on active and experiential learning in the Social Sciences see: http://bit.ly/17NwgKX

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Nature or Nurture: the metamorphosis from practitioner to researcher - Richard Wooley

  1. 1. Institute of Education Nature or Nurture: the metamorphosis from practitioner to researcher… Dr Richard Woolley
  2. 2.  Asking for help
  3. 3.  Asking for help  Mini writing opportunities
  4. 4.  Asking for help  Mini writing opportunities  Broadening perspectives
  5. 5.  Asking for help  Mini writing opportunities  Broadening perspectives  Networking
  6. 6.  Asking for help  Mini writing opportunities  Broadening perspectives  Networking  Small-scale projects
  7. 7.  Asking for help  Mini writing opportunities  Broadening perspectives  Networking  Small-scale projects  Apprenticeship – sharing the benefits
  8. 8.  Asking for help  Mini writing opportunities  Broadening perspectives  Networking  Small-scale projects  Apprenticeship – sharing the benefits  Working together
  9. 9.  Asking for help  Mini writing opportunities  Broadening perspectives  Networking  Small-scale projects  Apprenticeship – sharing the benefits  Working together  Using the “day job”
  10. 10.  Asking for help  Mini writing opportunities  Broadening perspectives  Networking  Small-scale projects  Apprenticeship – sharing the benefits  Working together  Using the “day job”  Having an open door…
  11. 11.  Asking for help  Mini writing opportunities  Broadening perspectives  Networking  Small-scale projects  Apprenticeship – sharing the benefits  Working together  Using the “day job”  Having an open door…  Spotting opportunities for others
  12. 12. Institute of Education Nature or Nurture: the metamorphosis from practitioner to researcher… Dr Richard Woolley r.woolley@worc.ac.uk

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