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Phenomenography explores variation in the ways individuals experience and understand phenomena in higher education. During this in-person workshop, you will be introduced to the historical development of phenomenography and examine its position within the wider qualitative paradigm. You will become familiar with phenomenographic approaches to generating and analysing data. You will then be invited to work in groups to undertake your own analysis of interview data. Finally, participants will discuss how the results of phenomenographic studies might contribute to more meaningful engagement in higher education.   

Mike Mimirinis is an Associate Professor of Education at the University of West London where he leads the Doctor of Education (EdD). His research broadly explores variation in the ways students and academic teachers experience teaching, learning and assessment in higher education. He has recently received a British Educational Research Association (BERA) grant to research variation in the way Black students understand academic support in their undergraduate studies. Mike co-ordinates the European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI) SIG9 ‘Phenomenography and Variation Theory’.

He can be found on Twitter @mimirinis

November 8th, 2022 11:00 AM through  4:00 PM
Society House, Regents Wharf
8 All Saints Street
London, N1 9RL
United Kingdom
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Guest Price £75.00
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