I'm a PhD candidate at The University of Manchester. My research focuses on the experiences of visible ethnic minorities who are native English speaking teachers (VEM-NESTs for short). I mostly blog about the messy process of 'doing' research in my field. I also write about other aspects of being a doctoral student, such as teaching university level courses or learning how to use social networking tools. All views expressed are my own.
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Methodology chapter done…almost. ALMOST!!! I’ve divided this chapter into two main sections: the rationale for the methodological approach that I used and the research report, which is a descriptive, transparent account of the data generation phase. I originally set out … Continue reading
April has been a very busy month to say the least and a rather pivotal one. In the UK, PhD programmes are typically 36 months (or 3 years), full time. April is month 32, meaning I have 4 months left … Continue reading