Practitioner research: Track 3


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How does a researcher collate and analyse information? What are the best methods of investigating/examining a question?

By: The OpenLearn Team (The Open University)

  • Duration 25 minutes
  • Updated Monday 7th July 2014

Track 3: Methodology

How should practitioners approach their work?

Tracks in this podcast:

Track Title Description
1 Introduction to practitioner research Why is practitioner research important? Play now Introduction to practitioner research
2 Choosing a Research Question All research starts with a question or problem Play now Choosing a Research Question
3 Methodology How should practitioners approach their work? Play now Methodology
4 Working with specific groups of people What factors should you consider when working with particular demographics? Play now Working with specific groups of people
5 Being a good researcher Being a successful researcher requires rigor and discipline Play now Being a good researcher
6 Analysis Analysis of a subject can often be a stumbling block for researchers Play now Analysis
7 Write up and Dissemination How does one keep track of the original question? Play now Write up and Dissemination