Discussion of the use of mindfulness in the research process, particularly qualitative research.
Discussion and workshop related to creating and moderating geographically distributed research groups. Additionally, discussion of using qualitative data analysis programs with these populations.
Existing literature regarding how educators’ experiences with microaggressions and racial bias relates to their teaching is sparse. Because of his own experience with racism and bias in the educational system, Jackson (2015) discussed how his experiences affect how he teaches today. Cuevas (2016) has dedicated his professional expertise to developing teaching methodologies and curricula to engage Latino students.
Workshop provided to doctoral students who attended and live in Northern and Central Valley of California. Workshop session topics are generated by doctoral candidates based on course work and where the students within their during the doctoral journey. Data is a topic of confusion since most doctoral students believe data is only quantitative in nature. The workshop dispelled this myth and provided strategies for how to effectively collect and analyze data regardless of the type of study.
At the tenth annual conference of The Qualitative Report (TQR), we invite you to share your lessons learned from practicing, teaching, and writing qualitative research.