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4-5 pages Describes in detail how the study was conducted. For a quantitative project, explain how you will analyze the data and test your hypothesis. For a qualitative project, describe the setting and participants and the processes you’ll use to search for meaning from the data you’ve collected.
Methods and Procedures Quantitative Describe the type of study –descriptive –correlational –causal comparative –or quasi-experimental Describe the sample or population involved in the study. Qualitative Describe the methodology employed –case study –ethnography –grounded theory –phenonmenology Describe the role of the researcher, including biases, education, and experiences.
Methods and Procedures Quantitative Instrumentation –Identify the procedures used for developing an instrument to gather the data. –Cite evidence for the reliability and validity of the research instrument. Data Collection –Describe how the data were obtained, timelines involved, and how materials were distributed. Qualitative Unit of Analysis –Who or what will be the subject of the design, interviewed or observed? Be specific as to number, gender, ethnic origin, age, and position. Setting – describe in detail Methods –Interview, focus group, participant observation, field journal, document review or artifact analysis.
Methods and Procedures Quantitative Data Analysis –Describe the treatment you applied to analyze your data –Descriptive statistics, such as mean, standard deviation, correlation, frequency counts or percentages –Inferential statistics, such as t-test, significance of correlation coefficient, ANOVA or ANCOVA Limitations – describe the limitations of the implementation plan. Qualitative Data Analysis –Describe the process for data analysis, data retention, and interpretation. –How will you organize, categorize, or code the data to identify categories or themes? Interpretation –Describe the process used to assure that the conclusions are credible. –Thick descriptions, triangulation, member checks, long-term observation, peer review.
Review of Project Activities and Goals Qualitative Design Unit of Analysis Setting Method of Data Collection Data Analysis Verification of Interpretation Qualitative Subheadings
Review of Project Activities and Goals Quantitative Design Sample Instrumentation Data Collection Data Analysis Limitations of the Implementation Plan Quantitative Subheadings