The purpose of this paper is to describe a pedagogical collaboration between two research methods instructors in a Faculty of Education in Canada. Both instructors represent different paradigms in the classic quantitative vs. qualitative dichotomy in that they were trained in vastly different ways and have tended to approach their research along these same lines. However, despite these differences the paper explores how they each viewed this as a potential limitation in their methods teaching and how through crossing over to each other’s classrooms were able to both expand their own understanding as well as offer a more balanced and useful learning experience for the learners in their classrooms.
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Milford, Todd and Etmanski, Catherine
"Collaborating to Teach Research Methods in Education,"
Northwest Journal of Teacher Education: Vol. 10
, Article 8.