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Teaching and Learning in Diverse Urban Settings

Subject Guide

Scholarly Journals and Peer Review

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles-  Articles reviewed by experts/ scholars in the field that meet specific criteria with regards to a specific publication or discipline.

Scholarly Articles- Articles written by experts that can either be original research or a review of the literature on a particular subject.

Examples of Scholarly Articles

 

 

Qualitative Study

Quantitative Study

Literature Review

Meta-Analysis

Sample groups too small to analyze using statistics

 

 

 

Produces numerical results/ analyzed statistically

An article that provides an overview of important research on a particular topic

Reviews several quantitative studies analyzing them looking for patterns/ trends within data

Case Study

 

May involves experimentation

Considered scholarly but not primary research/ no new study is conducted

Uses existing studies

Interview

 

Survey/ questionnaire

 

 

Usually considered another form of quantitative research

Focus Groups

 

 

 

After Hours Research Help

Keywords/ Descriptors in ERIC

Curriculum Development

Curriculum Design

Curriculum Models

Curriculum Implementation

Educational Policy

Online courses, distance education, web based instruction, virtual classrooms

Academically Gifted

Mathematics instruction, Mathematics curriculum

Reading programs, reading instruction, literacy education

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