- quantitative research,
- nursing students
This paper discusses two iterations of an effort to create a quantitative research module for a Master's in Nursing research methods course at the University of Windsor. The first version involved a single three-hour class incorporating both lecture and hands-on practice, followed by an assignment to independently locate and analyze a dataset. The second version was both more extensive and more structured, with a three-hour lecture, an assigned reading, a three-hour practice session, and an analysis assignment using a pre-selected data set. This paper compares feedback from the two iterations of the module and explains what worked and what did not work.
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