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Professor Parsnip wants to know more about the mental process students go through as they learn about research methods. She also wants to know which instructional methods are most effective for teaching research methods to her students. Assume that Professor Parsnip decides to take a qualitative approach to studying these questions. State a specific research question related to her general research problem that lends itself well to a qualitative research approach. Then explain why your question is better addressed using a qualitative, rather than a quantitative, methodology.
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The mental processes students go through as they learn research methods include inductive and deductive reasoning, critical thought processes including creativity and inquiry and the refinement of the idea or question. When students consider the methods required to investigate the question or hypothesis, students realize they might need to revise the research question or find a more suitable method. This necessitates problem solving. Moreover, students must consider which types of data would yield answers to the research question and how the data could be analyzed. Furthermore, the students must consider how they would convey their findings, the benefits of such and how this might contribute to the ongoing research practice.
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If the professor were to use a qualitative question..............
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Here's an excellent reference for you to bookmark on qualitative, quantitave and mixed methods http://www.southalabama.edu/coe/bset/johnson/dr_johnson/studyq/sq2.htm
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The Professor would consider the grounded theory approach to construct the questions. Among them, the Professor could set forth several questions in a survey and supplement the study through individual or small group interviews or direct observation. Alternate methods could include a mixed method study including surveys and the completion of the research paper (graded assessment). The later could yield an additional qualitative method and additional data. The latter could be quantified based on scores on the paper. However, measuring the number of students who achieved a certain score would not answer the Professor’s questions about how well the students interacted with the material or teaching methods. It would yield clues but some students’ scores would not reflect comprehension of the research process.
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Therefore, the Professor would devise a survey asking students whether the research process reflected the steps or processes detailed and explored in class and coursework.
The Professor could examine whether the final revisions or final papers reflected more critical thinking, more revision, and more creativity in presentation or discussed the need for further study.
Taken together, the data from the surveys, the individual and/or small group interviews and the scores on the papers (draft and Final) could demonstrate how well the students applied the research process.
Questions that would explore the qualtiative nature of the research process might include:
How did student readiness or prior education inform student comprehension of research methods?
How did class activities inform the final scores (applied research methods knowledge)?
Why did some students perform better than others?
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