We were interested to write this chapter because we wanted to share our experience of teaching research within a small school of social work, at a regional campus in Victoria, Australia. We teach approximately 120 students across four years of an accredited Bachelor of Social Work degree. We are passionate about research. As current PhD students, undertaking research within the discipline of social work, we continually engage in a critically reflective research process as we move from practice to research, to theory and from researcher to teacher, to student and back again.