EducationEDUC254 Critical and Alternative Paradigms in Education Research

Examines theoretical foundations of critical and alternative research paradigms commonly used in education, including critical ethnography, participatory research, counter-storytelling, and social-design experiments. Examines critiques of qualitative/quantitative research from feminist and critical theory; surveys how such critiques have informed the development of new paradigms in education research; and explores the benefits and limits of selected alternative paradigms.

Requirements

Enrollment is restricted to graduate students.

Credits

5