Course:EDUC500

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Research Methodologies in Education
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EDUC 500
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Instructor: Cash Ahenakew
Email: cash.ahenakew@ubc.ca
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Course Description (2015s)

Click here: Course:EDUC500/2015/001 This course provides an introduction to educational research methods, methodologies and philosophies. Specifically, the course: (1) Familiarizes students with a cross-section of methods available to educational researchers (e.g., actor-network theory, arts-based, discourse & historical analyses, experiments, field studies, indigenous, phenomenology, surveys); (2) Explores a cross-section media and technologies available to students for the conduct of research 2.0, including data collection, coding and analysis (e.g., databases & cybraries, data recording devices, OCR, translation, transcription and visualization apps, questionnaires, researchware, survey servers); (3) Familiarizes students with various rhetorical techniques for reading and writing research and analyzing paradigmatic orientations to inquiry. (4) Addresses challenges and regulation of research ethics and law.

Link to EDUC 500 blog http://blogs.ubc.ca/educ500

Course Description (2013)

Click here: Course:EDUC500/2013-2014/001 This course provides an introduction to major and emerging traditions of research methodologies and methods to engage in respectful and mutually reciprocal conversations in both generating and re-generating knowledge. Specifically, the course familiarizes students with: a) the diversity of paradigmatic orientations to inquiry including positivist, postpositivist and Indigenous; b) the challenges of ethics, research protocols, and protection of intellectual and cultural property when researching within different social and cultural contexts; c) various methods for collecting and analyzing/synthesizing data; d) a variety of techniques for reading and writing research; and, e) resources available for the conduct of research (e.g., research library, computer facilities, faculty expertise).

Resource Section

Essential and Helpful Links See Resources at http://blogs.ubc.ca/educ500

Student Planning Space

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Teams of Two:

Lesley L. & Christopher O.

Rachel A. & Simon B.

Andrea + Yolanda

Ewon M. & Amy M.

Maggie Q. & Angela Z.

Stephen F. & Johnson L.

Carmen N. & Stephanie D.


Teams of Three:

Aaron, Grace, Yuanna

Alan & Jeena (Theme: Service)

Leah and Niki


Teams of Four:

Helen B., Ann D., Shawna H., and Heidi K.

Eduardo, Angela, Bei & Meg

Anne M, Pius, James T, Selina G.