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Multiple Methods in Education Research 2017: Symposium

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Multiple Methods in Education Research: intelligent integration of ways of knowing

Visual Methodologies

The rapidly increasing take-up of visual methods in educational research and social scientific research more generally make this an apt theme for Oxford Brookes' second annual symposium on Multiple Methods in Educational Research.

We are joined by guest speakers with cross-disciplinary expertise in methods that rely on 'the visual' to help make sense of educational phenomena. From analysis of picturebook representations of child/adult relationships, through eye-tracking methods to explore reading behaviours, to using film elicitation as an interview method; the MMER symposium continues in its objective to bring together educational research methods from across paradigms.

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Dr Mona Sakr, Middlesex University. Lecturer in Education and Early Childhood with a special interest in children's art-making, play and pedagogy.

Disciplined improvisation when working with visual data

Dr Dawn Mannay, Cardiff University. Senior Lecturer in Social Sciences (Psychology) with research interests in class, education, gender, national identity, and inequality through participatory, visual, creative and narrative methods.

Stickers, Sand and Songs: Working Visually and Creatively with Care Experienced Children and Young People to Enable Talk and Reframe Messages

Nick Swarbrick, Oxford Brookes University. Programme Lead in Early Childhood Studies with current research interest in visual methodologies to explore aspects of childhood.

Analysing picture book depictions of the teaching relationship

James Clark, Senior Commissioning Editor, Education, SAGE Publishing.

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Dr Holly Joseph, University of Reading. Associate Professor at the Institute of Education with special interest in reading development and eye movements during reading.

Can and should eye movement research inform educational practice?

Dr Catherine Gilson, Oxford Brookes University. Senior Lecturer in Early Childhood Education with research interests in professional development of early years practitioners; children's rights and children's voice; innovative methodologies.

Getting a different perspective: using film elicitation as an interview method

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Tea, coffee and refreshments and a buffet lunch will be provided.

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