Overview: In this video, Dr Sarah MacQuarrie discusses:
- How school models translate into the outdoor learning environment. Giving consideration to teachers’ perceptions of outdoor learning, learning spaces and their self-efficacy about teaching in the outdoor learning setting.
- How utilising interleaving and fading instructional support approaches within data collection procedures can be used to gather rich data and deeper participant engagement in research
- The use of reflective accounts, maps and surveys to collect remote longitudinal qualitative data
- Reflections on the importance of relationship development between practitioners and researchers within remote longitudinal qualitative research
Video link: https://youtu.be/wvzyAjJaLEw
Citation of publication: MacQuarrie, S. (2018). Everyday teaching and outdoor learning: developing an integrated approach to support school-based provision. Education 3-13, 46(3), 345-361.
The article is also being included in a special publication celebrating the journal Education 3-13, being published Autumn 2022. The book title is Contemporary Issues in Primary Education Fifty Years of Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education and can be accessed here: https://www.routledge.com/Contemporary-Issues-in-Primary-Education-Fifty-Years-of-Education-3-13/Brundrett-Beauchamp-Latham-Mistry-Murray-Taylor-Wood/p/book/9781032328119
- Developmental and Educational Psychology
- Educational Psychology
- remote data collection
- outdoor learning
- creative data collection
- thematic analysis
- open research methods