March 2:16(W8) - Topics for 1st year students to avoid...

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Topics for 1 st - year students to avoid Small Writing: Effective or Ineffective Research Questions? (DUE) For the research questions on the following slide 1. Write the research q down 2. identify whether question is effective or ineffective 1. What is student satisfaction? INEFFECTIVE No significance part Not how or why question 2. How does student satisfaction function? INEFFECTIVE “How does” “How might” No significant part Not specific enough It’s a huge phenomenon; must then focus on a demographic or specific context.. 3. Why doesn’t marijuana help me study better? INEFFECTIVE 4. Why are teachers so arrogant? INEFFECTIVE Loaded How to collect survey? 5. Is quantitative testing better than qualitative testing? INEFFECTIVE Yes, No, Maybe question Either or question Binary logic Better: qualitative You can ask students to comment on what they prefer in a paper 6.
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  • Winter '08
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