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Tayla Goldberg

Tayla Goldberg has written 4 posts for Applied Research in Children's Studies 2015

Post #4-Survey/Data Collection Methods

Tayla Goldberg Corisa Ramkissoon Post #4 Data Collection Methods     Method 1. What is the specific type of qualitative data collection method you will use? Why? Refer to and cite an article that discusses the use of this method, and why it is relevant to the study you are proposing. We are using survey […]

Surveying Parents of Children with Disabilities

A survey is a data collection tool used to gather information about individuals. Surveys are commonly used in research to collect self-report data from participants in a study. A survey can be administered in a couple of different ways: one method, similar to a structured interview, is when researchers ask the participant the questions, while […]

Visual Methods

The old adage says that “a picture says a thousand words.” But it requires voice, thoughts and guidance to find the meaning of images. Visual research methods are a way of making meaning of images such as photographs, videos, maps and illustrations with attention to the accuracy and relevance of the data collected. Wendy Luttrell […]

Special Needs Education

Special Education also known as Special Needs is the practice of educating students with special needs in a way that addresses their individual differences and needs. Classes designed for children who have special needs due to physical, mentally, social, emotional or learning problems. Due to these special requirements, students’ needs which cannot be met within […]

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