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Quick Guides for Methods Teachers

Lewthwaite, Sarah and Nind, Melanie (March, 2015) Teaching advanced research methods – NCRM quick start guide. Manual. NCRM.

Nind, Melanie and Lewthwaite, Sarah (October, 2015) Principles for effective pedagogy – NCRM quick start guide. Manual. NCRM.

Lewthwaite, Sarah and Nind, Melanie (May, 2017) Three approaches used to teach research methods – NCRM quick start guide. Manual. NCRM.

Video Resources

NCRM (2016) Teaching Research Methods: Building on Research to Develop Expertise. RIBA, London. 30 Nov 2016. [NCRM video: playlist of keynotes by John MacInnes, Richard Rogers, Melanie Nind and panel discussions] https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzv58M2GAfm5_u_rPrX2Ok43XMwUVLE2N

Lewthwaite, Sarah (2016) Creating video for research methods teaching. [NCRM Video] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o5_2sHq3Rx0

Nind, Melanie (2016) Video stimulated recall, reflection and dialogue: introduction to the method [NCRM Video] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v2vO7QGg2g0

Workshop Materials

The following workshop materials were produced for sessions at our Teaching Research Methods: Building on Research to Develop Expertise at RIBA, London. 30 Nov 2016.

Lewthwaite, S. (2016) Workshop 2: Identifying key features of a good pedagogic resource for methods teachers and learners. In: Teaching Research Methods – Building research to develop expertise, 30 November 2016, RIBA, London. 

Nind, M. (2016) Workshop 3 Making constructive use of an emergent typology of methods pedagogy. In: Teaching Research Methods – Building research to develop expertise, 30 November 2016, RIBA, London. 

Collins, D. (2016) Workshop 4: Using digital technology to enhance the teaching of research methods. In: Teaching Research Methods – Building research to develop expertise, 30 November 2016, RIBA, London.

Presentations (slides, video etc) are available via our Events page and can also be found on the NCRM repository.

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