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Forthcoming events: 2017

Master Class: Video Stimulated Dialogue: A method with transformative potential for pedagogy.
3rd International Summer Workshop on Alternative Methods in Social Research
6 June 2017
University of Malaga, Spain.
Sarah Lewthwaite and Melanie Nind.

Workshop: Video stimulated recall, reflection and dialogue.
3rd International Summer Workshop on Alternative Methods in Social Research
7 June 2017
University of Malaga, Spain.
Melanie Nind and Sarah Lewthwaite,

Call for Papers: The teaching and learning of survey research methods: developing pedagogy.
European Survey Research Association (ESRA) 2017 conference.
17-21 July 2017
Lisbon, Portugal.

Pedagogic Language and Pedagogic Competence: Does it Make Sense to Talk About Research Methods Pedagogy in the Social Sciences?
European Conference on Educational Research
22-25 August 2017
Copenhagen, Denmark.
Sarah Lewthwaite & Melanie Nind

The Pedagogical Content Knowledge of Social Science Research Methods Teachers and Why it Matters
European Conference on Educational Research
22-25 August 2017
Copenhagen, Denmark.
Melanie Nind and Sarah Lewthwaite


Previous events: 2016

Teaching Research Methods: Building on Research to Develop Expertise 
Pedagogy of Methodological Learning NCRM Event.
30 November 2016,
RIBA, London.

Refining Training and Building Capacity in Questionnaire Design (Workshop)
QDET2: International Conference on Questionnaire Design, Development, Evaluation and Testing
10th November 2016.
Miami, USA.
Debbie Collins, Melanie Nind and Sarah Lewthwaite

In the classroom, in the field: expert perspectives on the challenge of experiential learning in advanced methods teaching
RC33: 9th International Conference on Social Science Methodology
15th September 2016.
Leicester University, UK.
Sarah Lewthwaite and Debbie Collins

In search of a social science research methods pedagogy for the digital era
British Educational Research Association (BERA).
15th September 2016.
University of Leeds, UK.
Debbie Collins

Inclusive pedagogy meets research methods pedagogy – reaching out to learners
European Conference on Educational Research (ECER).
23rd -26th August 2016.
University College Dublin, Ireland.
Melanie Nind and Sarah Lewthwaite.

Situating pedagogies: Researching the Teaching and Learning of Advance Qualitative Research Methods
5th Ibero-American Congress on Qualitative Research / 1st International Symposium on Qualitative Research
12th-13th July, 2016.
Lusófona University of Porto, Portugal.
Sarah Lewthwaite and Melanie Nind

Learning Social Science Research Methods: Let’s Talk Pedagogy
7th ESRC Research Methods Festival.
5th – 7th July, 2016.
University of Bath, UK.
Melanie Nind, Sarah Lewthwaite and Debbie Collins

 

The interconnectedness of methodological and pedagogical innovation
7th April 2016.
Aston University, Birmingham, UK.
British Sociological Association (BSA) conference, 2016: “Global Societies: Fragmenting and Connecting.”
Sarah Lewthwaite and Melanie Nind.

Pedagogy in context: international experts’ insights into the teaching of advanced research methods
9th – 11th December, 2015,
Newport in South Wales, UK.
Society for Research in Higher Education (SRHE) annual conference: ”Converging Concepts in global Higher Eduction Research: local, national and international perspectives”
Sarah Lewthwaite and Melanie Nind.

Video stimulated recall, reflection and dialogue
13th November 2015,
NCRM advanced methods training day, University of Southampton.
Melanie Nind, Daniel Kilburn and Sarah Lewthwaite.

Cardiff Q-Step Conference: Quantitative Pedagogy in Action
24th September 2015,
University of Cardiff.
Melanie Nind and Sarah Lewthwaite

Investigating pedagogy in research methods
Thursday 2nd April 2015
, 12.00-13.00,
Room 2.22 Research Beehive, Newcastle University
Melanie Nind, Visiting Professor.

(Still) developing yourself as a researcher: methods training over the academic life-course’
Friday 17th April, 2015,
ESRC Final Year Conference, University of Oxford.
Sarah Lewthwaite, Rebekah Luff and Graham Crow.

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