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1. Describe a real or hypothetical problem or phenomenon within an educational setting in which a phenomenological research design would be the most appropriate design.
2. Develop the central research question that you would use for the phenomenological research design.
3. Explain why the phenomenological design fits better than a case study or a basic qualitative design.

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1. Describe a real or hypothetical problem or phenomenon within an educational setting in which a phenomenological research design would be the most appropriate design.

A hypothetical phenomenon within an educational setting that could benefit from the use of phenomenological research design is an analysis of how autistic kids cope with new settings and lesson plans within the classroom. The teacher would be engaging phenomenological research wherein he or she is attempting to understand essence of a phenomenon by ...

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320 words describe a hypothetical problem in an education system and develop a research question around it.

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