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Monday, July 1 • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Using Specialization to solve complex classroom and research problems

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This hands-on, collaborative workshop is designed for academics wishing to solve a particular problem whether in classroom practice or formal research. If you would like to develop a research project, refine a research question, plan your research design, or tackle your data, this workshop will introduce you to a useful LCT conceptual tool from the Specialisation dimension. The epistemic plane offers a lens through which to get clarity on the what and how of your problem-solving research journey.
Participants will be introduced the epistemic plane, given supporting existing examples of its application, and will be able to experiment with:
● Unpacking the key features of a research question
● Planning the research journey
● Developing the research design
● Analysing existing data
Participants are encouraged to bring along notes for a particular problem or material related to a challenging element of their current research.


Monday July 1, 2019 2:00pm - 3:30pm SAST
Room B46

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