Recently we published an Impact guide to Pedagogic Research, with members of the PRF and the Centre for Research informed Teaching. We had a highly successful Launch event, with posters, resources and contributions from 10 different schools, demonstrating inspirational teaching, and a speech from our Pro Vice-Chancellor (Student Experience).
What I would like to share with you is our Model of Pedagogic research...
The Uclan PRF model of Pedagogic Research
You start in the centre of the rainbow, as a teaching professional, with professional practice at the heart of what you do whether a new teacher or experienced academic. Then as you seek to enhance your teaching you expand your knowledge and move up the rainbow, the next step is sharing what you have learned from enhancing your practice with other teachers/ lecturers, and finally when you formalise your research into a journal or conference paper or through formal education you reach the outer aspect of the rainbow and become a scholarly practitioner.
You can read more about it in our Impact guide.
Do you think this covers the stages of pedagogic research ? What else would you add?