The Research Design Basis for Undergraduate Quantitative Methods Teaching
- R19 School of Education, Room 422
- Research, Social Sciences, Students
Are you a methods trainer or a PhD student planning to be a methods trainer? Do your students find ‘quantitative’ social science hard to follow? Are they put off by numbers?
You might be a research methods trainer for undergraduates in any area of social science, or a prospective methods trainer, perhaps a doctoral researcher interested in a career in academia. You might be a methods trainer for masters’ students, or you might simply want to integrate ‘quantitative’ data into your substantive social science teaching. If so, please participate in the free development and training events conducted by international methods experts, and help shape and share on-line teaching resources. Teaching ‘quantitative’ social science is relatively easy. Come and find out how.
First Networking Event
9:30-10:00 Registration and tea/coffee -4th floor foyer
10:30-11:15 Welcome and introduction to the project and programme - the problem for UK social science
11:15-11:30 Tea/coffee and biscuits
11:30-12:45 Interactive workshop - our challenges and barriers in teaching of QM in undergraduate social science
12:45-1:00 Plenary and summary of findings - where next?
13:00-13:45 Lunch and display of teaching resources
13:45-15:00 Using design as a basis for teaching QM: An example of one approach
15:00-15:30 Closure and future plans (Tea/coffee)
Please register your initial interest by replying now to:
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Cost: Free of Charge