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Quantitative and Qualitative Research

Quantitative and Qualitative Research



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Shortcomings in Supervision
Students are not taught processes because lecturersthemselves are not aware of them.Students are taught the wrong make-up and/or system of procedures.Students are taught an incomplete repertoire and/or system of procedures.Students are taught particular rather than more generaloperations and their systems.Students are taught uncertain, vague, or ambiguousprescriptions, which leave unclear what specificallyshould be cognitively done in order to be able to solveproblems.
Adapted from Landa (1983)
Shortcomings in Supervision
Scary anecdotesAdministrative strategies for excellenceStudents have to be good before coming in?For me: Can’t really choose or be choosyabout my studentsTo my students: If I am not good enough,dunk me. Please go get someone elseASAP. I am not “married” to you.
"Conceptualizing the Quantitativeand Qualitative Research"
Merza Abbas, PTPM

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