This week we welcome Dr Kay Hack who will engage us in discussions exploring ethical considerations in pedagogical research.
As a community we are passionate about ensuring we are using effective methods for teaching, learning and assessment. Much of the evidence we need to inform our practice is generated by ourselves, evaluating our own teaching practice, in our own discipline, with our own students. In this week’s tweetchat Kay Hack invites you to discuss the benefits and risks of scholarship and pedagogic research, and explore the need for ethical review.
Kay is a Consultant in Academic Practice, email@example.com), with the Higher Education Academy. She has chaired both University and Health Research Authority Research Ethics Committees. Her blog post, which explores the need for ethical review of pedagogic research is available here: https://www.heacademy.ac.uk/does-pedagogic-research-require-ethical-review#sthash.2l9JK7w1.dpuf
You can follow her on twitter @hack_kay, and catch up on her other projects via her personal blog: https://catherinehack.wordpress.com/
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