Triangulation asking again

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In Chapter 4 of Action Research: A Guide for the Teacher Researcher, Mills (2014) shares that “ the strength of educational research lies in its triangulation, collecting information in many ways rather than relying solely on one” (p. 104).

Complete the Data Collection Worksheet to include the following:

  1. Area of focus statement
  2. Brief description of proposed intervention
  3. Table
     Research Questions Data Collection Tool Why this tool? Justify its use in your study.
    How does it match with what you are
    attempting to find and to measure? 
     1. 1  2  3  
     2.       
     3.       
  4. Discuss how using a mixed-methods data collection approach will lead you to understand and explain more fully what is discovered during the research, as opposed to using one approach over the other.

For an example of a finished triangulation matrix, see page 105 of Action Research: A Guide for the Teacher Researcher.

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