Describing Qualitative Methods in Educational Research: The Annotated Infographic

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Originally posted on Messy Thinking:
As I described in my last post, Understanding Educational Research and Design, I have spent a significant amount of the last year reading and evaluating the educational research literature for its structure, themes, and methods. I found problems; too many articles lacked epistemological framing, glossed over faulty sampling and data…

Open from different perspective: OEP as boundary crossing and OEP as open educational practice

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Just assisted to a webinar with @weller and @AlgersAnne, from the University of Gothenburg. Both speakers focused on OEP and OER, but from very different perspectives. Martin Weller a Professor of Educational Technology at the Open University  (UK) tackled the issue of open more from a pedagogical standpoint, what does it mean for academics to … Continue reading Open from different perspective: OEP as boundary crossing and OEP as open educational practice

The Gutenberg Parenthesis

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  Watching this video, made me think the value of having constructive and humble scholarly discussions. How Pettitt hears attentively and takes note of questions he is asked, considering how the insights of others can shed light on his not fully formed ideas about what is writing and thinking. The penny fall when I saw … Continue reading The Gutenberg Parenthesis