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Action Research Podcast: Interview with the Editors

The MethodSpace focus for October is on Action Research. Our Mentors-in-Residence this month are Ernie Stringer and Alfredo Ortiz Aragon, co-authors of a new edition of the text Action Research. You can find the unfolding series of posts through this link. Adam Stieglitz and Joe Levitan are both engaged in action research and education in Peru. Adam […]

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Why it’s important to teach and learn creative practice

In August 2020 we are focusing on Teaching and Learning Research. We will explore classroom and online instruction in research methods, as well as research foundations and experiences in other curricular courses. The whole series can be found through this link. As the myth often goes, I spent decades searching for what I’d had at the very […]

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Kathy Charmaz, 1939-2020: Developer of Constructivist Grounded Theory

Sociologist Kathy Charmaz, whose experience as an occupational therapist led her to develop a new take on the qualitative research methodology known as grounded theory, died of cancer on July 27. A professor emerita at Northern California’s Sonoma State University, she was 80. Grounded theory as a discrete methodology dates from the mid-1960s, when sociologists Barney G. […]

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From Stale to Stellar: The Truth Behind How to Create an Engaging Scientific Webinar

For the rest of the year (and possibly longer) academic and scientific conferences are either going to be cancelled or virtual. Regardless of whether you find this exciting or dreadful, Dr. Echo Rivera is here to help you create and deliver an awesome webinar/virtual presentation.

Categories: Instruction, Other, Presentation, Visuals, and Creativity, Research Skills, Webinars

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