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Past event Part of series: Principles into Practice: Supporting Practitioner Research

Principles into Practice: Supporting Practitioner Research – Discussion Panel


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This is the opportunity to hear the Keynotes and presenters respond to the various questions that have been asked during the event timeframe and to discuss with each other the contributions from the presenters. 

This will be the opportunity to review and discuss the event questions which prompted us organising this event: How do practitioners become involved in research? What are the benefits of applying sound methodological research to practice? How can researchers work with practitioners to their mutual benefit?

We are hoping that this event could lead to further workshops based on some of the presentations in this event.

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Carmel Capewell, Dr

Senior Lecturer at Oxford Brookes University

Carmel is a Lecturer in Early Years and Child Development at Oxford Brookes University. She has a strong interest in developing innovative research methods, particularly to encouraging the participation of young people in expressing and sharing...

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Alison Fox, Dr

Senior Lecturer at The Open University

Dr Alison Fox is a Senior Lecturer in Education at the Open University in the School of Education, Childhood, Youth and Sport, an Associate Head of School (Research and Knowledge Exchange), chair of the University’s Human Research Ethics...

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