CfEM Module 6: Reporting and Dissemination (Code: C0862)
The sixth and final module is for all teachers involved in Action Research projects being conducted by CfEM & partners. This module explores practical skills for writing up analysed data. It focuses on three areas: structure, relevance and style. Suggestions will be made for how to approach the writing-up of research including what to cover in which section. You will have the opportunity to identify audiences beyond the CfEM programme and plan summary communications for each.
Who is this for?
All staff participating in CfEM action research projects during 2020-2021.
Module 6 will run twice. We recommend you book on the same module as your action research group (ARG) so you can work together in the live Zoom session.
To build writing skills for reporting and disseminating your action research so that it effectively influences change.
- Development of writing skills, focusing on structure, relevance and style.
- Confidence about what goes into each section of a research report, including evidence-based conclusions and recommendations.
- Understand why and plan who and how to engage various audiences that can help implement your conclusions and recommendations.
This is a blended three hour module.
Part 1 is asynchronous (approx. 30 mins)
It is designed so you can work individually on specific tasks.
Part 2 is a live webinar (1.5 hours)
You will have an opportunity to share and discuss your reflections from part 1 with your ARG in the live webinar, via breakout rooms, as well as learn from and with the facilitators.
Part 3 is asynchronous (approx 60 mins)
You will need to work on/offline with your ARG to practice some of what you've learnt and apply it to your Action Research project. Your AR lead will record summary notes from your project team in the Reporting and Dissemination tab of your Action Research Excel Workbook.