Qualitative data isn’t as “bad” as I have been told. I think the negativity around qualitative research, especially in behavior analysis, stems from the age-old debate of quantitative is better than qualitative. The reality is that this is not the case. Both have distinctive features and seek to answer different types research questions. In some … Continue reading That Wasn’t So Bad
Across the country, distance education continues to grow year after year (Allen & Seaman, 2017). Students across many different institutions are starting to move from traditional face to face courses and taking at least one online course. This shift is likely due to the flexibility that online courses offer. Students can complete courses anywhere there … Continue reading Are Online Courses Taking Over?
As I learn more about qualitative research, the more I see its implications and usefulness. I traditionally thought qualitative was only about thoughts and feelings. I was told time and time again that qualitative was not “real research” and to “stay away” from researchers that conducted qualitative research. As a young, naive researcher, I never … Continue reading A Shift in Perspective