Discussion points (a suggestion)
-Your position as a researcher. Do you have one? Do you need one after all?
-How important is “critique” in your process to become a researcher or practice research?
-Why do you want to carry out research?
-How do you understand “evidence” in your own research project/practice?
-How do Research Questions come to life? What is a real-lefe issue in your case?
-Research “methodology”. Are you familiar with different approaches or are you more into one single specific research methods -data collection – analysis tradition?
-How do you go about deciding on “your” research method(s) in a research project? What needs to be accounted for?
-Were you familiar with the UK Data Archive? What can of research can these data inform?
-Education research: (big) challenges. How can we contribute to the debate? Issues around policy, evidence and (different) agendas.
-Ethics and research. Have you considered the many issues involved?
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