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UM Bannatyne: Brodie Centre: Room-405
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Whether you teach in a classroom or a clinical setting, educational research can inform your teaching practices and help create a more effective learning environment. Critiquing research is an important first step in this process. In this workshop, we will review the key elements of a critique and practice critiquing peer-reviewed educational research articles, with a focus on qualitative research. Developing your critiquing skills will also help you provide more effective peer review reports and feedback on student or trainee research on health professions education.
– outline the value of and reasons for conducting a critique of educational research
– describe the key elements included in a critique of quantitative and qualitative research
– critique a peer-reviewed, published qualitative research study on health professions education and communicate the findings of the critique.