Category Archives: Qualitative Research
Reflection on what I have learned
I entered a qualitative research class with no idea what this entailed. I did not know how much qualitative descriptive data could add value to knowledge construction. Descriptive data can be viewed as not offering scientific results, and not be … Continue reading
Finding truth in research
The great digital age has also brought to light the rapid growth of fake news. Wrong information can quickly travel to every web browser for consumption and reaction by those who wish to believe. We would expect the bar to … Continue reading
Initial thoughts about how I would address different learning approaches had me dissecting various pieces to build a hybrid model. Then I started to consider what my personal learning theory really was, and how I got to this point. Personal … Continue reading
Potential ethical concerns and bias in my own research.
Ethics is not only institutional review boards, code of conduct, and laws, it can also be my own bias. Initial thoughts about personal bias leads me to the outcomes I want to find in my research. I want to show … Continue reading
A deeper look at qualitative research
I have to admit I am still processing a lot of information, coupled with internet research. I am not prepared to apply but am starting to organize and make sense of some concepts. Qualitative research pursues a deeper understanding of … Continue reading
What is qualitative research?
It is safe to say I enter this qualitative research class without a clear-cut idea of what it actually is. Before my current job I would stop after the period with no idea of how-to breakdown the definition. After developing … Continue reading