Mixed Methods Plan - Studying Schemas in Childhood Learning
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Abbreviated Mixed Methods Research Plan
Articulate challenges to using a mixed methods strategy of inquiry
Formulate a plan for a mixed methods procedure
Apply APA format and style to writing
Mixed methods design, which design is the primary one? Why is that appropriate?
Provide an introduction.
Provide a purpose statement.
Provide viable research questions/hypotheses.
Generate a written research plan that addresses the above questions.
Hi and thank you for using Brainmass. The solution below should get you started. In this particular task, you are being challenged to present a research plan using the mixed methods approach. I have assumed that this is related to a research proposal solution we have worked on earlier as to complete this task - you need to have a research topic to work from. I have assumed therefore that the topic on 'Ben' about schemas has been accepted and you need to explore the mixed methods plan further. As such I suggest using this simple outline:
1. On Mixed Methods and it's challenges - 100 words
2. Procedure & design - 100 words
3. Introduction, purpose, research questions & hypothesis - 150 words
You should be concise when providing #s 2 and 3 as these become the basis for your research. Thus, the more concise you are, the easier it is to operationalise the idea behind them. Just let me know via the feedback section if you need further clarification. All the best with your studies.
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Mixed Methods Plan for Observing Childhood Assimilation
A key area of study in cognitive psychology is that of cognitive development with theories like that of Piaget 8McLeod, 2009) seen as fundamental in the field as it presented how cognitive development is dynamic and progressive in that it is, "a result of biological maturation and environmental," where, "Children ...
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