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PGR conference UoN 2019

English Secondary school teachers' day-to-day experience of teaching design adn technology during a period of curriculum change.

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PGR conference UoN 2019

  1. 1. School of Education PGR Conference 2019: Equality, Diversity and Inclusivity in Education English secondary school teachers’ day-to-day experience of teaching design and technology during a time of curriculum change: preliminary findings. sarah.davies1@Nottingham.ac.uk twitter.com/sdsdavies #teachersmatter
  2. 2. School of Education PGR Conference 2019: Equality, Diversity and Inclusivity in Education English secondary school teachers’ day-to-day experience of teaching design and technology during a time of curriculum change: how can a phenomenographic approach help? sarah.davies1@Nottingham.ac.uk twitter.com/sdsdavies #teachersmatter
  3. 3. the presentation 01: the study 02: the method
  4. 4. what is my study about?
  5. 5. How does this relate to Equality, Diversity and Inclusivity?
  6. 6. In what ways are teachers finding, understanding and practicing D&T?
  7. 7. the method 01: the study 02: the method
  8. 8. ‘It seeks to identify the qualitatively different ways in which individuals experience such aspects of their world as teaching, learning or the meaning of disciplinary concepts’ Ashworth and Lucas (2000, p. 298)
  9. 9. Literatures
  10. 10. Step 01: Research Method Semi-structured interviews Step 02: Data Analysis Emphatic understanding Step 03: Data Analysis Categories of description Individual profiles SSM drawings Themes Criteria of ‘relevance’
  11. 11. what did I find out?
  12. 12. did the method help me with emphatic understanding?
  13. 13. Does the method uncover teachers’ perceptions of curriculum change issues?
  14. 14. What is relevant?
  15. 15. Thank you for listening. Any questions? sarah.davies1@Nottingham.ac.uk twitter.com/sdsdavies #teachersmatter

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