Tidying the toolbox: trials, blunders, and challenges overcome in research on learning and education
Published papers often seem to have research designs and methods that are ideally suited to their studies. Yet, research rarely happens with perfectly executed methods or starts out with optimal designs. Instead, it is littered with dashed hopes, rusty tools, and challenges that are met and bested. The EARLI SIG17 2020 conference seeks to enable open discussions about what happens when the best-laid plans of researchers in learning and education meet reality. The aim will be to open up the research process: which methods worked out, which ones proved wanting, and what did we learn when we used them? Which designs did we attempt, and how could we improve them for future studies? What advice would we give to the junior or senior colleagues who might want to use similar methods or designs in future?
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A blunder is in the eye of the beholder: Why clarity about mixing theoretical approaches help to avoid your research design being considered a blunder
Methodological consequences of situation specificity: Generalizability
Analyzing Group Interaction – Challenging Qualitative, Quantitative and Mixed Methods Approaches
Studying joint attention behavior in online collaborative problem solving in dyads: Combining first- and second- person methods
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Comparing approaches for identifying key actors in whole school networks
Students' experiences within a university organisation after Bologna: A qualitative study on students' biographies and orientations
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