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When beginning work in a new area, it's often difficult to know just where to start, and to know which resources will be most useful. The following suggestions may help you identify a topic you're interested in and and begin your research.
Watch the following videoto hear what leaders in the field recommend and why.
These questions are captured in the following short video featuring Pat Hutchings:
Identifying a Research Topic
Start with questions you have about teaching and learning:
“Take a minute to write down what you do well. Next reflect on your students from the past year, did you notice anything different about their approaches to the classroom, their learning, or the subject that made you pause or create a new challenge you did not have before?”