Initial Question: Do staff make changes to their (e)-PDP pedagogical approaches and interventions for students as a result of the action research process?
My background is in careers education, information and guidance, especially in designing, delivering and leading accredited and assessed Career Development Learning (CDL) Modules (both generic and subject-specific) within HE curricula. These were continuously refined through a process of evaluation and feedback, akin to action research, and received very good feedback.
Research Question: To explore the extent to which a supported action research process might act as an agent of change in (e) – PDP practice and to analyse the type of change participants’ report.
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