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In the educational environment, a major research project required conducting analyses of teaching methodology in an attempt to construct an innovative model of learning. The course curriculum provided extensive ranges of theories in education, however this project required taking theoretical positions in education and attempting to apply them to real-world educational environments.


The goal of the project, however, was to ensure that the student utilised creative thinking and problem-solving to identify new teaching constructs. To provide a new ideology in teaching, it became clear that it would be necessary to take practical, real-world knowledge in education from experts in this domain. A series of interviews were developed to serve as a template for gaining this knowledge. Educators responsible for coordinating the research project continued to apply significant pressure to think creatively, chastising efforts to utilise theoretical knowledge as a means of justifying potentially new educational models. Educators wanted the student to illustrate depth of creative thinking with minimal involvement from tutorship, developing a self-managed research project that required input from multiple stakeholders in education. Lack of experiential knowledge regarding the learning process created significant complications in achieving the project goal. After conducting the interviews, I learned not only about attitude and opinion associated with classroom teaching, but also the value of primary research in understanding the world around us. ...
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