A RESEARCH PROJECT FOR MEDIA & FILM TEACHERS.
FREE CLASSROOM RESOURCES FOR MEDIA & FILM TEACHERS. APPLY BELOW
The University of Bournemouth is conducting some exciting research into how media and film teachers can collaborate online using BBC, NBC, Channel 4 and Oscar winning expert created video resources for teachers just like you. . This form helps us to shortlist applicants based on eligibility for this research project. This form should take about 2-3 minutes to complete.
- This is an education research project conducted by Doctoral Research Candidates at Bournemouth University
- There is no charge for access for the whole duration of the research, and possible beyond.
- Participation is completely voluntary, and this form simply informs us of your interest in being considered for taking part.
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.
Once you have registered your interest below we will be in touch, closer to the date of the research once recruitment has begun.