As I begin to look at my key findings and start the scary task of writing my inquiry project it is important to remember what is driving my inquiry:
- Inspired by the amazing staff and students that I work with.
- Longing to build a deeper understanding of ASD.
- A desire to understand how the magic of theatre can be accessible to children with ASD.
- Show visits/reviews.
- Conference visits/reviews.
- Personal experiences/diary extracts.
I was planning to tackle all my literature before embarking on starting to write my inquiry project but have had a change of heart. In having a tendancy of wanting to finish one aspect before starting another I am loosing time. I need to accept that different elements can work alongside each other and I can still be in control. I plan to approach my literature when I have time to read on London's transport (I spend a lot of time there) while also starting to write. Then write when I have assigned quiet study time. This allows me to feel a sense of progression as well as creating quality work that is not just rushed.
Are others using a similar approach too?
Thanks Hollie xx