Students are responsible for meeting the cost of essential textbooks, and of producing such essays, assignments, laboratory reports and dissertations as are required to fulfil the academic requirements for each programme of study. Due to its flexible nature, there are no set texts for the module, but students are encouraged to consider purchasing texts related to research methods, especially where these reflect the methods proposed in the research designs for their own research project, and for those research methods which are particularly prevalent in core source literature from the pre-existing research evidence base.
Undergraduate Postgraduate taught Postgraduate research Foundation Years Pre-sessional English language courses How to apply Clearing Free online learning Continuing professional development Prospectuses. Module Overview This module provides a flexible, workshop-based approach to developing students' awareness of a range of research methods designed to collect qualitative data appropriate for students conducting research projects at postgraduate level in Educational settings. Aims and Objectives Learning Outcomes Learning Outcomes Having successfully completed this module you will be able to: Demonstrate critical awareness of a wide range of methods for the collection and analysis of qualitative data; Understand the principles of sound research design which enable robust collection of data associated with the range of qualitative methods studied; Employ appropriate techniques for the systematic analysis and interpretation of sources of qualitative data associated with the range of methods studied; Recognise the means by which theory may be developed and linked to the range of techniques used for interpreting and writing about the findings derived from qualitative research data.
Teaching and learning methods The module provides a flexible approach to developing a bespoke research methods toolkit for Education research students, which should enable students to engage in the design and implementation of their own research projects in a more critical and informed way. Lichtman, M. Kvale, S. Law, J. After method: Mess in social science research.. Rubin, I. Cohen, L. Research methods in education. Punch, K.
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Introduction to research methods in education. Miles, M. The Qualitative Researcher's Companion. If You're an Educator Request a copy Additional order info.
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If You're a Student Buy this product Additional order info. Overview Features Contents Order Overview. Description This concise, applied, and very clearly written introduction to qualitative research methods can be used effectively in any semester, or year-long course. Provides strong coverage of applied and action research helping students relate research to classroom practice.
Incorporates numerous tables and photos that assist visual interpretation and understanding. New to This Edition. New end of chapter summaries, questions and field assignments have been added to make this text easy to use with students. Table of Contents 1.
Characteristics of Qualitative Research. Traditions of Qualitative Research. Theoretical Underpinnings. What Is to Come. Research Design. Choosing a Study. Case Studies.
Multi-Site Studies. Additional Issues Related to Design. Concluding Remarks.
Gaining Access. First Days in the Field. Doing Fieldwork in Another Culture. Be Discreet.
Visual Recording and Fieldwork. Leaving the Field.
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