Becoming an ethical researcher
Becoming an ethical researcher

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Becoming an ethical researcher

Activities

Session 2 activity planner

Activity Details Time
1 Watch a video of a classroom in India; respond to reflection prompts 15 minutes
2 Draw a diagram; list those affected by and involved with research 15 minutes
3

Part A – Reflect on either Case study 2.1 or 2.2; respond to reflection questions

Part B – Post on the course forum about either Case study 2.1 or 2.2

20 minutes

25 minutes

4 Rank four possible approaches to research for four scenarios 15 minutes
5 Compare and contrast two approaches to research 15 minutes
6

Part A – Reflect on definitions in relation to Case study 2.1

Part B – Watch a video about informed consent; note the advice

10 minutes

15 minutes

7

Part A – Respond to reflection prompts on selected case study/scenario

Part B – Read a blog post; reflect on possible researcher actions

15 minutes

20 minutes

  Session 2 quiz As required
8 Create a mind map; take a screenshot 15 minutes
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