Category Archives: Research methods

  1. The Education We Want: An Advocacy Toolkit – inspiring young people to effect change through research

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    April 19, 2014 by Leigh-Anne Perryman

    Some years ago, following a trip to Cambodia, I shared my travel photos with my niece, aged 8 at the time. …
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  2. Learn from the experts in educational technology

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    November 27, 2013 by Leigh-Anne Perryman

    For some time now I’ve been reporting on the latest open educational resources (OER)-related research taking place at the OER …
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  3. Infographic: Literacy in India

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    October 31, 2013 by Leigh-Anne Perryman

    Originally posted on InPEC Magazine:
    Upon tasking himself with creating an infographic on primary education in India, Akshan Ish found that…

  4. Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known: nine surveys for OER research

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    June 19, 2013 by Leigh-Anne Perryman

    Astronomer and writer Dr Carl Sagan is probably mis-credited as saying that ‘somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known’, …
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  5. ‘Through a glass darkly’ Part 2: reflection and the agile researcher

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    June 12, 2013 by Leigh-Anne Perryman

    In Plato’s dialogue Theaetetus (173-174), Socrates talks about the philosopher whose mind is not in the city, where his body …
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  6. Bright future or “learning rot”? Teacher education in India and the potential of OER

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    January 20, 2013 by Leigh-Anne Perryman

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    A mood of unsurprised disappointment amongst media commentators accompanied Friday’s release of India’s Annual Status of Education Report (ASER) 2012 on …
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