COURSEWORK 1: Quantitative Portfolio:COURSEWORK 2: Qualitative Portfolio (SEMESTER 2)

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The assessment for this semester – the quantitative portfolio – takes the form of a partial write up of two previously undertaken studies, i.e. those on Feedback & Learning and those on Statistics Anxiety. You will have been participants in these studies last year and the data to be analysed for this assignment is the actual data that was produced in those practicals.
The aim of this assessment, however, is not to produce reports as was the case previously – but to focus on the analysis of the data and on the writing up and interpretation of the results. Thus, whereas last year you conducted just descriptive analysis on the feedback data and a simple correlation on the statistics anxiety data, this year the analysis will be far more comprehensive. It will be based on a two-way between groups analysis of variance for the former and a two way mixed analysis of variance for the latter.
The submission will be comprised of just two sections for each of the aforementioned studies – the results section and the discussion section. In other words, there will be no abstract, introduction or methods sections.
Further info for the first assignment:
1.1. RESULTS SECTION

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[Include here an account of the descriptive analysis of the data produced by the study, the inferential analysis undertaken in order to test the hypothesis, and also any relevant and appropriate tables and charts used to illustrate the above. Include also the considerations of the data and the suitability of the approaches and analyses chosen. Subheadings may be used if preferred].

1.2. DISCUSSION SECTION

[Include below an account of what the statistical findings actually say in relation to the research objectives, of how well the results of the analysis supported or did not support the null hypotheses. This account should be given in the form of around four bullet points].

STUDY TWO: STATISTCS ANXIETY

Reminder of the hypotheses being tested:
H1: There will be a statistically significant difference between the three types of statistics anxiety experienced by individuals (Test, Interpretation and Help Anxiety).
H2: There will be a statistically significant difference between men and women in terms of each of the three forms of statistics anxiety experienced.
H3: There will be a statistically significant interaction between the two above factors.

2.1. RESULTS SECTION

[Include here an account of the descriptive analysis of the data produced by the study, the inferential analysis undertaken in order to test the hypothesis, and also any relevant and appropriate tables and charts used to illustrate the above. Include also the considerations of the data and the suitability of the approaches and analyses chosen. Subheadings may be used if preferred].

2.1. DISCUSSION SECTION

[Include below an account of what the statistical findings actually say in relation to the research objectives, of how well the results of the analysis supported or did not support the null hypotheses. This account should be given in the form of around four bullet points].

2nd assignment:
Qualitative Portfolio: Guidance
For this assignment you need to focus on Thematic Analysis (TA) as your method of qualitative data analysis. We recommend that you follow Braun & Clarke’s approach to thematic analysis and the processes it involves – as this is what we teach you during the lectures, workshops, and time slot sessions. Please use the blank Qualitative Portfolio Submission Form provided on Blackboard to complete and submit your work.
This assessment is based on your analysis of the qualitative survey data. The data was collected using Qualtrics – an online data collection software – and will be available to you in Semester 2.
We expect you to include references both in relation to the specific method you used (e.g., thematic analysis) and in terms of the topic and your analysis of the data (e.g., research literature on the topic). We have provided several readings for you to use on Braun & Clarke’s thematic analysis, but we expect you to seek out your own references on the topic.
In the Methodology:
In the methodology you are required to make clear your choices of Thematic Analysis which are:
i) your epistemology
ii) semantic – latent
iii) inductive – deductive
iv) experiential – critical
You should explain clearly at the start of your report which choices you decided upon, and why, in a way which demonstrates your understanding of them. You need to be sure that these choices fit together and that they are appropriate for your research question, the data provided, and your analysis.
You then need to describe the processes of analysis that you followed (citing the authors – e.g. Braun & Clarke – that you are drawing on).

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