Do you have an idea for researching an aspect of your teaching practice but you are unsure how to develop it into an actionable project? Are you new to pedagogic research and want to gain a better understanding of the available frameworks and methodologies? Perhaps you are interested in developing a new pedagogic research programme and are looking for ways of developing a wider, inter-disciplinary, focus? Whatever your focus, as educators we need to understand what approaches and strategies enhance student learning and engagement, and to be able to effectively assess the impact of our teaching and learning strategies….
Do you want to be involved in an exciting opportunity to work on a Research Project? You will work alongside experienced researchers and will be fully supported by the LTE team and an academic project lead. This will help you
Reminder!! The call for project proposals for the 2019-20 Students-as-Researchers Scheme is now open. The Students as Researchers Scheme (SARS) provides opportunities for undergraduate students to work as paid research assistants on a variety of discipline and pedagogic research projects
The Students as Researchers Scheme at Teesside was introduced in the academic year 2011/12 as a learning and teaching enhancement activity. The purpose of the scheme is to develop learners as co-creators, rather than consumers of knowledge, enhance research and transferable
The Students as Researchers scheme is a fantastic opportunity for our undergraduate students to gain valuable skills, knowledge and experiences. Beginning in 2011/2012, it has given students the opportunity to undertake a range of research activities alongside academic staff as paid research assistants on a variety of authentic discipline and pedagogic research projects.