International Journal for Researcher Development: Volume 4 Issue 2


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Conceptualising doctoral researcher training through Bernstein's theoretical frameworks

Barbara Crossouard

The purpose of this paper is to present a theoretically-informed analysis of an exploratory study which included a focus on postdoctoral researchers' views of their training…

Significant knowledge transitions and resituation challenges in becoming a researcher: International scholarship students' perspectives

Margaret Franken

The purpose of this paper is to document international scholarship students' experience as they studied and planned their research in the linguistically, academically and…

Culturally responsive methodologies at work in education settings

Mere Berryman, Suzanne SooHoo, Ann Nevin, Te Arani Barrett, Therese Ford, Debora Joy Nodelman, Norma Valenzuela, Anna Wilson

The purpose of this paper is to describe culturally responsive methodology as a way to develop researchers. The aims is to illuminate the dimensions of culturally responsive…


Innovative evaluation of researcher training at the University of Birmingham, UK

Katharine D'Souza, Erika Hawkes, Catherine Mills

The purpose of this paper is to highlight developments in evaluation of researcher development training undertaken by the University of Birmingham's Graduate School. It details…

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2009 – 2016

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