Date: 4-5 July 2013
Location: R207, Royal London House, Bournemouth University, Christchurch Road, Bournemouth, BH1 3LT. View on map>>
This 2 day masterclass will discuss the range of approaches for action research, focusing primarily on action research. Topic covered include:
- Action research as n approach, the history, spectrum, cycles and phases of action research
- Designing an action research project collaboratively
- Working together to generate data and decide on further data collection
- Issues involved in analysing data and feeding back results
- Making collaborative decisions on action/s to take
- Evaluating actions, disseminating results and starting again
- Action research as a transformative approach
The Masterclass facilitated by Dr Angela Cotter, a visiting lecturer at Regents University, London (School of Psychotherapy and Counselling Psychology). She is in private practice as a Jungian analytical psychotherapist, and undertakes organisational consultancy related to residential care of marginalised groups, alongside working as academic and clinical supervisor, researcher and teacher.
The fee of £200 (£125 for postgraduate students with further reductions for BU staff and students) includes the full two days, with the course facilitators, all refreshments and course materials. Places are limited and allocated on a first come, first served basis.
Please book online by midday on 28 June 2013.