Qualitative and quantitative methods are presented
If the action research project is improving negative behavior in the fourth grade classroom, present
problem documentation presented qualitatively, quantitatively or both ways.
...le of this would be: if the primary question is on improving student behavior of fourth grade students, auxiliary questions might focus on student improvement in the way they behave in the classroom activities, behavior outside of the classroom, and perhaps, attendance observation. Auxiliary questions become the basis for choosing appropriate qualitative or quantitative methods for data collection. In the classroom setting, a researcher commonly uses qualitative method or a combination of both qualitative and quantitative. The data in this kind of research study is usually descriptive and if purely descriptive, choose a combination of data collection methods that provide the most well-rounded view of what is ...