SUPPORTING MEDIA & FILM TEACHERS AND RESOURCING: A RESEARCH PROJECT
PARTICIPANT EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FORM
Thank you for considering being a participant in this national research project. It is a project aimed at innovative teachers investgating how supporting teachers like you with major resources can help improve outcomes for learners. .There is NO charge for these resources or participation and will remain completely free to access throughout the project.. This form helps us to shortlist applicants based on eligibility for this research project. Completion of this form does not guarantee participation.
This is an education research project conducted by Doctoral Research Candidates at the Centre for excellence in Media Practice. CEMP www.cemp.ac.uk is a research centre based in the Department of Journalism, English and Communications at Bournemouth University. It was awarded Centre of Excellence status in 2004 by the Higher Education Funding Council as the only HEFCE - funded Centre for excellence in media education in the UK.
The key aims of this research are to investigate and understand how teachers and learners studying film and media practice, are able to interact with each other, and with digitally published resources, to help find out - especially from a social-learning point of view, what sorts of behaviours in computer supported collaborative learning (or CSCL) can lead to better outcomes for teachers and learners. We aim to do this by making available the non-profit media and film skills learning resources created by UkfilmNet, and then to analyse these learning behaviours through data-analysis, surveys and semi-structured interviews.
Please note that this invitation form does not constitute nor guarantee participation in any way. Participation will only commence once potential participants are judged to be eligible, the research project has been cleared by Bournemouth University Research Ethics, and only after participants been able to fully understand and formally agree in writing to the terms of conduct and research requirements necessary to become formally registered