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category Research Methods

“Where Am I Now?” Final Blog Post

  The Introduction I recall a story I shared with my students, one you have probably heard before; of the blind men and the elephant. As the story goes, each man was touching one part of the animal and using… Continue Reading →

My New Lens

Photo by Oleg Magni from Pexels I chose this image because it connects to how I imagine my research in a number of ways. The first connection is fairly obvious, and that is the lens. To start with the lens… Continue Reading →

Tell me a Story. 515 1a. week #3

“Wilmi en haar Wolfman” by Arnelle Woker is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 Tell Me A Story. “Left hand driving is much safer than right hand. That’s scientifically proven” This excerpt from “Kitchen Stories”, written and produced by Bent Hamer… Continue Reading →

Research Methods 515: Assignment#2

Description of Action Research, A Qualitative study and An Examination of both with Respect to the Researcher, the Research, the Researched and the Reader. “Shenandoah River State Park”by vastateparksstaff is licensed under CC BY 2.0 “Two roads diverged in a… Continue Reading →

Knowledge is Power: “Scientia Est Potentia (1A:Week 2)

Reflection on the use of social media, video, animation, research methods and literature reviews through a discussion and analysis of, “Public comment sentiment on educational videos: Understanding the effects of presenter gender, video format, threading, and moderation on YouTube TED… Continue Reading →

Writing to Extend Thinking

My past experiences with research methods focused primarily on one of two types: qualitative and quantitative. Curious to explore new ideas, it was with much interest that I read through two research articles that introduced me to a specific type… Continue Reading →

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