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what are the advantage and disadvantages of different approaches to research? Also, give example of each approach.​

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AdvantagesDisadvantages

AdvantagesDisadvantagesgain insight into methods of instruction

AdvantagesDisadvantagesgain insight into methods of instructionsubject to human error

AdvantagesDisadvantagesgain insight into methods of instructionsubject to human errorintuitive practice shaped by research

AdvantagesDisadvantagesgain insight into methods of instructionsubject to human errorintuitive practice shaped by researchpersonal bias of researcher may intrude

AdvantagesDisadvantagesgain insight into methods of instructionsubject to human errorintuitive practice shaped by researchpersonal bias of researcher may intrudeteachers have bias but can be reflective

AdvantagesDisadvantagesgain insight into methods of instructionsubject to human errorintuitive practice shaped by researchpersonal bias of researcher may intrudeteachers have bias but can be reflectivesample may not be representative

AdvantagesDisadvantagesgain insight into methods of instructionsubject to human errorintuitive practice shaped by researchpersonal bias of researcher may intrudeteachers have bias but can be reflectivesample may not be representativeresearcher can have control over variables

AdvantagesDisadvantagesgain insight into methods of instructionsubject to human errorintuitive practice shaped by researchpersonal bias of researcher may intrudeteachers have bias but can be reflectivesample may not be representativeresearcher can have control over variablescan produce artificial results

AdvantagesDisadvantagesgain insight into methods of instructionsubject to human errorintuitive practice shaped by researchpersonal bias of researcher may intrudeteachers have bias but can be reflectivesample may not be representativeresearcher can have control over variablescan produce artificial resultshumans perform experiments anyway

AdvantagesDisadvantagesgain insight into methods of instructionsubject to human errorintuitive practice shaped by researchpersonal bias of researcher may intrudeteachers have bias but can be reflectivesample may not be representativeresearcher can have control over variablescan produce artificial resultshumans perform experiments anywayresults may only apply to one situation and may be difficult to replicate

AdvantagesDisadvantagesgain insight into methods of instructionsubject to human errorintuitive practice shaped by researchpersonal bias of researcher may intrudeteachers have bias but can be reflectivesample may not be representativeresearcher can have control over variablescan produce artificial resultshumans perform experiments anywayresults may only apply to one situation and may be difficult to replicatecan be combined with other research methods for rigor

AdvantagesDisadvantagesgain insight into methods of instructionsubject to human errorintuitive practice shaped by researchpersonal bias of researcher may intrudeteachers have bias but can be reflectivesample may not be representativeresearcher can have control over variablescan produce artificial resultshumans perform experiments anywayresults may only apply to one situation and may be difficult to replicatecan be combined with other research methods for rigorgroups may not be comparable

AdvantagesDisadvantagesgain insight into methods of instructionsubject to human errorintuitive practice shaped by researchpersonal bias of researcher may intrudeteachers have bias but can be reflectivesample may not be representativeresearcher can have control over variablescan produce artificial resultshumans perform experiments anywayresults may only apply to one situation and may be difficult to replicatecan be combined with other research methods for rigorgroups may not be comparableuse to determine what is best for population

AdvantagesDisadvantagesgain insight into methods of instructionsubject to human errorintuitive practice shaped by researchpersonal bias of researcher may intrudeteachers have bias but can be reflectivesample may not be representativeresearcher can have control over variablescan produce artificial resultshumans perform experiments anywayresults may only apply to one situation and may be difficult to replicatecan be combined with other research methods for rigorgroups may not be comparableuse to determine what is best for populationhuman response can be difficult to measure

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