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Laura Hansen
your data collection
Wed Oct 1, 2014 20:30
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It seems like you have given good thought to what would be appropriate data collection methods for your study. I do think you could get some very basic info as you suggested. It would be interesting to see if the students enjoyed word sorts versus some other intervention you had done previously. I also find that sometimes student just offer that information with a comment like "this is fun!" or "I really like this." So it may be that you would not need that descriptive evidence from "interviews" because you would get it from your field notes.

  • Thoughts On Data Collection - catheyt, Wed Oct 1 20:03
    I like the more personal approach to data collection. I get so caught up in collecting and analyzing data (assessments, tests, etc) that I sometimes think this is all there is. I have found keeping... more
    • your data collection - Laura Hansen, Wed Oct 1 20:30
      • Using interviews as data collection - Rachel Yakey, Wed Oct 1 21:01
        Tavia, I agree with Laura. I think that even young children could give you just basic feedback. Plus they will probably be really honest, would give you great feedback on your teaching strategies. It ... more
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