Date and Time (UK): Sep 26, 2012 - 13:00 Extra dates: Sep 26, 2012 - 17:00
Presenter(s): Lee Manchul and Jane Tipping Host Institution: University of Toronto, Canada

Focus groups are well-recognized as an effective strategy for collecting qualitative data in a variety of educational settings. They are invaluable in providing educators with insights as to the thinking and motivation of potential learners. They answer questions that surveys cannot address such as: “Why do people think the way they do?” “What attracts people to some events and not others?” “What are we doing that is or is not effective?” This interactive, iterative practical webinar is designed to assist participants in developing the fundamental skills necessary for designing and conducting effective focus groups for educational program design, evaluation and research.

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A good internet connection.

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Posted: Aug 25, 2014  by AMEE Administrator