Qualitative Method Concept Map
Qualitative Observation Interview Journal Existing Data Observations Structured Unstructured Structured These observations are hands off and focused on noting relevant data to the research Unstructured These observations allow the observer to be enganged with what may be observed and complete other tasks at the same time as the observation just using noting the observations . Interview Structred Semistructured Journals Student Journals Teacher Journals Class Journals Exisiting Doucments and Records Student Journal This could be an assignemnt or task for a student to journal their thoughts or feelings on the particular research study area and as often as specified. Teacher Journals The collection of these journals gives a professional narrative on the particular area of topic. Class Journals Collection of a class journal can be one that is passed around at a specified time or one that is left out for students to use to document freely. Structured Structured interviews have questions with multiple choice questions with no fill in the blank options. Semistructured Semistructured interviews are ones that can have multiple choice questions but also leave the option for write in answer. Documents Collecting documents from either a school or district level including but not limited to attendance record, grades, and meeting minuets.
publish time: 2021-04-13
Here is a concept map about the qualitative method using in the research or study. There are mainly 4 kinds of qualitative methods applied, including existing documents and records, observation, interview, and journals. As for the documents, documents collecting documents from either a school or district level including but not limited to attendance record, grades, and meeting minutes. Learn more details from this concept map, or try to make yours with ease.
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