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|Statement||by Laura Ellen Blitzer.|
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Get this from a library. A qualitative case study of students' perceptions of experiences in a sport skills class. [Laura Ellen Blitzer]. A Qualitative Study on Athlete Perceptions of Elementary School Students. Emre Ozan Tingaz. Gazi University, School of Physical Education and Sports, GaziMahallesi, AbantSokak, Ankara, Turkiye.
Abstract. The purpose of this study is to examine cognitive structures of elementary school students on “athlete perceptions” by using the. The drawing-writing technique, one of qualitative research approaches, was used in the study.
In conclusion, it was determined that the athlete perceptions of the elementary school students were close to the truth. However, it can be stated that perceptions of the girls in the drawing area were more correct in comparison to the boys.
have looked at students’ perceptions and definitions of statistics. These studies included two qualitative studies: one study collected data via interviews with a small number of students (Reid & Petocz, ), and another collected brief, written responses from a larger number of participants (Gordon, ).
Data collection. The philosophical approach in this study was interpretivist, allowing the researchers to gain an understanding of how students interpreted, understood, and experienced their learning (Mason, ).A focus group discussion was used as a qualitative approach to gain an in-depth understanding of the experiences of the students : Daniel Rodger, Adéle Stewart-Lord.
A qualitative study of perceptions of first-year college students regarding technology and college readiness by Trenton A. Grundmeyer A dissertation submitted to the graduate faculty in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY Major: Education Program of Study Committee: Scott McLeod, Major Professor.
The study sought to report the views of primary school teachers as implementers of an innovative National Continuous Assessment Programme, a reform initiated by the Ministry of Education.
A qualitative case study was employed to explore the following research question. developed that promote deep learning approaches in undergraduate students during online learning experiences.
Results from this study yielded recommendations for changes in the design of online and e–learning that encourage student learning that is aligned with faculty, student, and institutional perceptions of online Size: KB.
this qualitative case study is to understand administrators’ management of various student behaviors, collection of building-level data around student conduct, and use of such data to make student-level and building-level decisions for improvement.
To graduate students and researchers unfamiliar with case study methodology, there is often misunderstanding about what a case study is and how it, as a form of.
qualitative research, can inform professional practice or evidence-informed decision. making in Cited by: Physical Education Teacher Perceptions of Technology-Related Learning Experiences: A Qualitative Investigation Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Teaching in Physical Education 37(20) A Qualitative study by Maha Telmesani University of Manitoba Abstract This research is designed to provide a qualitative description of university instructors’ experiences, attitudes, and perceptions of online learning in an effort to better design online courses that meet the needs of both teaching instructors and learning students.
Contrary to the perceptions regarding specialist skills, the development needs related to general skills were almost identical among the students, irrespective of their year of study. Students perceived that their communication skills had to be developed especially involving children, the elderly and patients with special by: 2.
Students’ and teacher’s perceptions about their own motivation type and how this impacts on students’ engagement. A qualitative case study Ms Sitwat Saeed Faculty of Education, Monash University [email protected] Abstract Generally motivation is seen as something that keeps us moving and helps us.
practice of co-teaching can be improved. The qualitative, single-case study was designed to analyze perceptions of teachers around co-teaching in an inclusive classroom where students with special needs and skills are included in the general education setting.
Data was obtained through survey, semi-structured interviews and a focus : Valerie M. Smith. Case study research: The case study method has evolved over the past few years and developed as into a valuable qualitative research method.
As the name suggests it is used for explaining an organization or an entity. This type of research method is used within a number of areas like education.
Although case studies were considered a novel method of science education just 20 years ago, the case study teaching method has gained popularity in recent years among an array of scientific disciplines such as biology, chemistry, nursing, and psychology (5–7, 9, 11, 13, 15–17, 21, 22, 24).Cited by: In those two types of research context you tend to use both empirical (Qualitative) and and non empirical (Quantitative).
A Case study for instance uses both including a narrative analysis in Action Research as you dig into your Teaching Monologue to dig out some of the most interesting lessons you had in the past.
student relationships using a single case study design. This single case study produced a synthesis of information that guides a classroom teacher in the development and maintenance of her relationships with her students.
The resulting analysis and interpretation provided a description of major themes that developed regarding strong teacherCited by: 1. Employers’ perceptions of the employability skills of new graduates Research commissioned by the Edge students’ wider skills and attributes, including team-working, communication, leadership, critical Nine qualitative employer case studies based in Scotland but including UK and multinational organisations.
Originally 10File Size: KB. Perceived Impact of Short Term Experiential Education Activities: The Golfweek Amateur Tour Case Study. ABSTRACT The “big business” of sport has captured the attention of both students and administrators across the country and around the global, resulting in nearly sport management programs across North America alone.
This guide to using qualitative research methodology is designed to help you think about all the steps you need to take to ensure that you produce a good quality piece of work. The guide starts by telling you what qualitative methodology is and when to use it in the field (understand people’s belief system, perspectives, experiences).
ItFile Size: KB. Uniquely, this book legitimizes direct interpretation as a case research method. It covers such topics as the differences between quantitative and qualitative approaches to case study; data gathering, including document review; coding, sorting, and pattern analysis; the roles of the researcher, triangulation; and reporting a case study.
meeting citizens’ educational needs. This qualitative case study was used to examine the learning experiences and perceptions of students in online courses at a university in the western United States.
Moore’s transactional distance learning theory was used to assess interactions among students, instructors, and course content. Qualitative data is also called categorical data since this data can be grouped according to categories.
For example, think of a student reading a paragraph from a book during one of the class sessions. A teacher who is listening to the reading gives a.
This study reports on the findings of a qualitative evaluation of a yoga intervention program for urban middle and high school youth in New York City public and charter schools. Six focus groups were conducted with students who participated in a year-long yoga program to determine their perceptions of mental and physical benefits as well as barriers and by: Qualitative research is a type of social science research that collects and works with non-numerical data and that seeks to interpret meaning from these data that help understand social life through the study of targeted populations or : Ashley Crossman.
The Conventional Wisdom About Case-study research Looking up ‘case study’ in the Dictionary of Sociology as a beginning, I found the following in full citation: Case Study. The detailed examination of a single example of a class of phenomena, a case study cannot provide reliable information about the broader class, but it may be useful in theCited by: Abstract.
Objectives: This study aimed to examine how students’ perceptions of research and learning change through participation in undergraduate research and to identify the factors that affect the process of their engagement in re-search projects.
Methods: This qualitative study has drawn on phenomenography as research methodology to explore third-year medical students’ experiences. Sports studies is becoming an increasingly popular discipline, but the most effective research methods used to investigate the multi-faceted nature of the empirical sporting world have yet to be identified.
This book makes a timely and relevant contribution to a broader methodological project as the first exclusive systematic examination and explication of qualitative research. Planning and designing qualitative research Selecting a sample •Qualitative research typically involves purposeful sampling •Selection for in-depth study of typical, atypical, or, in some way, exemplary “information-rich cases”(Patton, ) •Determine key informants (individuals who have knowledge of or experienceFile Size: KB.
Graduate students perceptions‟ on multicultural education: a qualitative case study. Problem statement: The main responsibility in the implementation of multicultural education, which includes notions like equality, respect, and peace, as well as an equal opportunity for success for all students, belongs to Size: KB.
Carrington, Suzanne and Graham, Lorraine () Perceptions of school by two teenage boys with Asperger syndrome and their mothers: a qualitative study. and to assist them in teaching students more effectively.
A case study approach was used to collect data from two 13year-old boys and their perception of self, life and experience, and. include: (1) reflection on experience and mathematical knowledge for teaching, (2) time, and (3) relationship with students, teachers, and parents, and knowledge of student background.
The results found through this qualitative study suggest benefits for practicing teachers toAuthor: Melissa Joan McAninch. In this case, we need to conduct qualitative research based on. Quantitative research question examples. Qualitative research has become increasingly important in the field of investigative studies as they give a more descriptive and detailed analysis of the problem.
Setting. The study was carried out at a school in a rural lower middle class area in the western part of Denmark. At the school, students, of which 99 % were ethnic Danes, were enrolled in junior (0–3 grade), middle (4–6 grade) or senior (7–9 grade) tiers.
Qualitative research is an open-ended methodology that can be adapted while you are doing the research. That is why it increases the quality of the data and improves the understanding that you want to receive.
There are many different types of qualitative research methods and many of these are under constant improvement to meet the researcher needs better.
This book offers a resource guide for qualitative researchers in education, discussing data collection techniques, data analysis, reporting, and the issues of validity, reliability, and ethics.
Part 1 reviews the nature and design of qualitative research; it discusses various types of qualitative research (including case studies), and how to. This study is part of an action research to design and implement a program to improve academic motivation in nursing students in Saveh University of Medical Sciences.
Action research is a research paradigm that covers a range of research methods so that a group of researchers and participants cooperate to determine potential problems and Author: Maryam Saeedi, Soroor Parvizy.
This qualitative study explored African-American students’ perceptions of personal and institutional factors that contributed to their dissatisfaction and eventual withdrawal from a community college in a major Midwest city. Nine former students of the community college participated in the study.
Data was collected through. Research questions serve to narrow the purpose. There are two types: The most general questions you could ask. Subdivides central question into more specific topical questions.
Use good qualitative wording for these questions. Begin with words such as “how” or “what” Tell the reader what you are attempting to “discover,” “generate. The intention of the first research question is to find out if a difference exists in long quiz scores between students who study at night and those who study early in the morning, hence is non-directional.
The second research question aims to find out if indeed students who study in the morning have better quiz scores as what the review of the.This study utilized qualitative methods to investigate the perceptions of students from two universities and one community college regarding the quality of online education based on their own online learning experiences.
Interviews and observations were conducted with three students. Various documents were collected, digital and by: