The EWC pilot research bursary scheme was introduced in 2017 and was devised as a learning opportunity for all our registrant groups. In this area, you can see some of the research reports completed by successful applicants.
Have a look at our new research material, produced by Aberystwyth University, which focuses on the basics about getting started with close to practice research. Learn about some of the key things you need to consider when undertaking a research project, including identifying the subject of your research, conducting a literature review, research methodology, analysing your data and drawing conclusions. Read more
Applications are now open for the 2018 / 19 research bursary scheme. EWC registrants can apply for up to £2,000 to support ‘close to practice’ research.
Read our latest guide about writing a research report
Have a look at the first of our new research guides about setting up a journal club.
Julian Ayres, who completed his MA Education while working in Further Education, explored ways in which gamification techniques could be applied to motivate disengaged learners.