A year from the beginning of the pandemic, Dr. Ravitch offers “Methods Pedagogy for Practitioners: Supporting Students’ Wisdoms of Practice”Continue Reading
This interview with Dr. Linda Bloomberg kicks off a month-long focus on Teaching and Learning Research.
Categories: Careers, Instruction, Online Learning, Other, Professional Development and Continuing Education, Research Design, Research Ethics, Research Roles, Research Skills, Supervising and Teaching Research Skills and Roles, TeachingContinue Reading
November is Academic Writing Month. Using the tag #AcWriMo, writers around the world discuss their goals and progress, and share resources. On SAGE MethodSpace, we collaborate with the Textbook and Academic Authors Association to share original posts, resources, examples, tips, and encouragement. We offer Tweetchats and webinars that allow us to learn from each other, […]Continue Reading
Thanks to Dr. Laura Pasquini for this guest post about formal and informal mentoring experiences in academic settings.Continue Reading
This post from February fits with the discussion about research ethics. Cases are an excellent way to stimulate discussion about ethical questions!Continue Reading
For mentors who work with student or early career researchers, dissemination of their research is a priority. How can you encourage and assist them in publishing and presenting their work?Continue Reading