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Transcript of UTK-ENSEIRB MATMECA
In order to understand others, we have to understand
what they remember from the past,
what they imagine and project onto the future,
and how they position themselves in the present.
And we have to understand the same thing about ourselves.
(Kramsch, 2006, p. 251)
Culture starts when you realize that you’ve got a problem with language, and the problem has to do with who you are.
(Agar, 1994, p. 20)
Project and tasks
Find a topic (puzzlement, interest)
Delimit the topic
Formulate research questions and hypotheses
Find sources to inform these questions
Create resources/data points to answer the questions
Organize the data
Analyze the data
Confirm or disprove hypotheses and conclude
Construct a Prezi to present your result
Richness and challenges
Collaboration is difficult
Collaboration is necessary
Establish a clear work plan and hold yourselves and each other to it
Oh, and yes: communicate!
Chain of evidence
Are the research questions aligned with the problem posed?
Are the sources (primary and secondary) or resources (survey, questionnaires, interviews) aligned with the research questions?
Is the research methodology appropriate?
Is the position of the researcher explicit?
Is there an effort to evaluate the quality of the data?
Is there an effort to triangulate data, documents, sources and results?
Is there evidence of self-reflective practices?
Printemps 2014 -- Spring 2014
Why this project?
You are in charge
True transcultural dialogue and the life world
Effectiveness of group projects
More brains is always better
Develop a rich skill set
Need for rigor
Need for a good methodology to guide your work
“Ne crains pas d’avancer lentement; crains seulement de t’arrêter.”
Communication is critical and vital
A good and minute preparation is never lost time