Thesis Seminar: Week 10 Recap

What if the data I’m collecting do not answer my research questions?

If you are collecting data that do not answer your research questions, consider the following:

  1. Do an intervention.
  2. Choose different participants (e.g., teachers).
  3. Choose different groups (i.e., from either the same teacher or another teacher).
  4. Discuss schedules with a school administrator to better understand upcoming events that could hinder the data collection process.
  5. Discuss the situation with your tutor to get some advice.

Published by Benjamin L. Stewart

I´m an EFL teacher educator and foreign language coordinator at the Universidad Autónoma de Aguascalientes in Mexico.

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