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This podcast is the first in a series commissioned by the Research Methodology in Education Special Interest Group to showcase the variety of methodologies and methods being undertaken by researchers in education. In this episode, Dr Bukola Oyinloye, co-convenor of the RME SIG is in conversation with Dr Martin Johnson, Senior researcher at Cambridge University Press & Assessment. They speak about his use of the solicited diary method within the context of a multi-method study on teacher wellbeing during COVID-19. They discuss what solicited diaries are, their linkages with teacher wellbeing, how they were used in the study, as well as some of their challenges. To read more about the study, please click here

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Bukola Oyinloye, Dr

Research Associate at University of York

Dr Oyinloye is a Research Associate at the University of York where she examines the doctoral applicant recruitment and selection landscape towards exploring opportunities to improve access for underrepresented groups. Alongside this, she...

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Martin Johnson, Dr

Senior Researcher at Cambridge University Press & Assessment

Dr Martin Johnson has worked in education research for over 20 years. He started out as a Primary school teacher, working in London and Southeast England. Currently, he is a senior researcher at Cambridge University Press & Assessment where he...