Caqda nvivo - rigor and efficiency

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Caqda nvivo - rigor and efficiency

  1. 1. CAQDA : Nvivo facilitate: data reduction;systematic coding; effective searching;the analysis of large data sets; the testingof hypotheses; and the identification ofcases.using a computer for the moremechanical aspects of the process allowsthe researcher to devote more energy toanalytic and interpretive work.
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  4. 4. Trustworthiness (Soundness of theresearch)Reflected throughout the proposal. And address this specifically, using relevantcriteria for the qualitative approach used. Examples of strategies used:– Triangulation– Prolonged contact with informants, includingcontinuous validation of data– Continuous checking for representativeness of dataand fit between coding categories and data– Use of expert consultants
  5. 5. DEVELOPMENTAL : ITERATIVE AND NON LINEAR
  6. 6. Completion of the study : development of TREE MAP
  7. 7. Realibilty of unit analysis; AICK
  8. 8. Trustworthiness (Soundness of theresearch)Reflected throughout the proposal. And address this specifically, using relevantcriteria for the qualitative approach used. Examples of strategies used:– Triangulation– Prolonged contact with informants, includingcontinuous validation of data– Continuous checking for representativeness of dataand fit between coding categories and data– Use of expert consultants
  9. 9. Trustworthiness (Soundness of theresearch)Reflected throughout the proposal. And address this specifically, using relevantcriteria for the qualitative approach used. Examples of strategies used:– Triangulation– Prolonged contact with informants, includingcontinuous validation of data– Continuous checking for representativeness of dataand fit between coding categories and data– Use of expert consultants
  10. 10. FINDINGS : How does creative IL enhance innovative classroom
  11. 11. Various sources, cross case with the node being analyse and storage of data
  12. 12. Congruency Model between BBLT and Contructivisme Theory activate during T&L processEnhanced by Creative Instructional Leadership Towards Innovative Classroom Environment BRAIN BASED LEARNING THEORY CONSTRUCTIVISME THEORY 1st Pillar 5th Principle : social interaction through reflection, collaboration, RELAXED ALERTNESS negotiation and sharing informations 6th Principle: learners control their own learning 2nd PILLAR 2nd Principle: knowledge building through individual capacity ORCHESTRATED IMMERSION 4th principle: learning through accomodation, assimilation, and rejection 3rd PILLAR 1st Principle: prior knowledge, beliefs and experience being conected and ACTIVE PROCESSING engage through t&l process 3rd Principle :Active and reflective as recursive process CONTINOUS RECURSIVE PROCESS
  13. 13. Presented at the Asia-Pacific conference on Computer-Aided Qualitative Research 24 & 25 Feb 2011, Macau SARFor more information about our upcoming conferences Please visit: http://www.merlien.org

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