Continuing a tradition of informal, inclusive and engaging discussions about research in progress, Anne Harris and Kelly Chan hosted another great ERN RAW (Education Research Network – Researchers at Work) session on Thursday evening in b.108.
Sharing their research, PhD student, Javed Anwar described his work in Pakistan on the representation of girls in education, Dr Sue Mate described a series of three studies on the impact of industry mentors for students’ preparation for work and visiting scholar, and Dr Mindy Carter from McGill, described her research on reconciliation for pre-service and in-service teachers in Canada using drama and performance approaches.
As usual it was a terrific opportunity to hear from Researchers at Work and think collectively about some of their knotty issues.
The next ERN RAW will be on March 19. I do hope you can join the conversation.