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CT 400 - Qualitative Methods of Inquiry in Learning and Teaching


Semester Hours: 3
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An introduction to qualitative/interpretive research as it applies to learning and teaching in schools and alternative educational settings. Topics include methodologies and paradigms in qualitative research, modes of qualitative inquiry, design of qualitative research projects, collection and interpretation of qualitative data, and ethical issues inherent in qualitative research. Students will complete a small-scale qualitative study based in a classroom or alternative educational setting. 

Prerequisite(s)/Course Notes:
This course is intended for students admitted to the doctoral program in learning and teaching  but may be taken by other graduate students with permission of instructor. May not be taken on a Pass/Fail basis. 


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