DEVELOPING A QUALITATIVE RESEARCH MANUSCRIPT BASED ON SYSTEMATIC CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Ilhan Gunbayi

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The aim of this study is to present a learning package which provides the necessary knowledge and attitudinal information, and practice opportunities based on SCID (Systematic Curriculum and Instructional Development) for the task of developing a qualitative research manuscript correctly. This learning package is organized based on three enabling objectives: practice writing methodology of qualitative data, practice analyzing qualitative data and practice discussing and concluding results. To achieve those three enabling objectives learner should follow the steps of learning activities consisting of information sheet with samples of author’s qualitative research articles published in various journals, self-check model questions and answers, and practice exercises in addition to final performance test and standards.

 

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systematic curriculum and instructional development, qualitative research

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