5_Bio_Brain_Dev - Lecture Activity #2 Summary Muddy Point...

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Lecture Activity #2 Summary Muddy Point When or how would you mix Qual and Quant … Isn't it always better just to mix them? How do you tell when to use quantitative or qualitative? How to incorporate research methods into a teaching career and how to successfully do that research? ACTION RESEARCH What constitutes a good research questions, what is a bad question? How do you know which type of research is the best fit for your question? Not clear on how to measure validity Inductive and deductive – peters slides
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Lecture Activity #2 Summary Novel info You can trust experimental designs and correlational designs equally because they tell you different things Sometimes one [Qual./Quant.] is more appropriate than another. Combining both can lead to more accurate results. Research is important to educators and action research is especially important for teachers. Research is important in testing and developing theories. Different elements are considered in getting the most accurate data possible, such as validity/reliability. The impact researcher influence/bias has on results
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Main idea Research is a continuous process with multiple steps. Action research is an effective way to better your classroom; to understand any problems or issues and find a solution. Differences between Qualitative and Quantitative
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