In the 1970s, educational researcher Eric Hoyle (who was to become a distinguished professor of education at the University of Bristol) published his models of what he called ‘restricted’ and ‘extended’ schoolteacher professionality. Many scholars have gone on to use Hoyle’s models in their own research – none more so than Linda Evans, who has developed and adapted them to apply not only to schoolteachers but also to many other constituencies of professionals, including researchers. In this introductory talk at the 2019 Pedagogic Research conference, Linda will discuss how to develop from being a ‘restricted’ to an ‘extended’ pedagogic researcher. Within a general focus on developing and establishing one’s profile as an effective pedagogic researcher, she will talk specifically about how to develop a pedagogic research project with a view to publication, what journal editors are looking for, and how to master what she calls the ‘three Rs of pedagogic-research-for-publication’. She will address how, at the institutional level, cultures of ‘extended’ pedagogic researcher professionality may be fostered, with a view to developing the support systems and structures that motivate, promote collegial research practice, increase capacity, and enhance the quality of research output.
|1 Feb 2019
|Enhancing Higher Education: University of Brighton Pedagogic Research Conference
|Brighton, United Kingdom
|Degree of Recognition