rather than try to control them, and by doing this they differ from the traditional researcher
because they are committed to taking action and effecting positive change based on their
findings. Furthermore, the research is also categorized by the methods the researcher uses such
as qualitative and quantitative research.” In other words, depending on what the research is will
determine what method you use.
The data techniques have been put into place and have been used with the child up until
now. I do believe that the data will address the above questions when it comes to filtering out
data that may not be needed.
The first form of data that was used on both children consists of observations. When you
observe a child you can see what they do such as, when it comes to routine. Looking at the
routine can help especially, when you are providing different strategies that will work best for
my two kids in order to help them adapt to their new learning abilities. Observing the routine for
both children enabled me to come up with a plan where a card is placed on the child’s desk and it
shows in order what time a resource is, which resource they are going to and what time it is over.
Seeing this helps them to ease into their routine. This is also posted on the bulletin board; picture
The second form of data that was used on both children consisted of none other than a
parent survey/questionnaire. Using a parent survey/questionnaire will help provide me with
much needed information so that I can understand if any progress has been made with the child
from the initial observation that took place earlier on. The way I see it is, the parents know their
children the best; that is why I chose to do a survey/questionnaire. This will be a formative
assessment in a way, because
Buczynski & Hansen (2014) stated that it, “is an active and