Using social policy research in teaching: age and gender discrimination
|Case study summary|
|Authors||Diane Grant and Claire Hennessy, Community and Leisure|
|Organisation||Liverpool John Moore's University|
|Disciplinary focus||Social policy|
|Publication date||September 2007|
|Keywords||Age; gender; social policy; teaching; community training|
This case study forms one of six submitted to SWAP to illustrate ways in which academics use social policy research in teaching. This initiative develops learner appreciation of research/consultancy in the discipline by bringing data/findings from staff research/consultancy into a community training environment.
Using Social Policy Research in Teaching (PDF, 1.14mb) a series of six case studies
References and further reading
Honey, P. and Mumford, A. (1992) The Manual of Learning Styles. Maidenhead, Peter Honey.