‘Data collection’ and ‘data generation’ are sometimes used interchangeably.
Both terms refer to the methods that are used to gather data for analysis. However, ‘data collection’ hints that the researcher remains outside the creation of that data – potentially the data might have evolved without the researcher’s presence or involvement. ‘Data generation’ hints that the researcher is either an active participant in the creation of data or they may have arranged a situation in which rich data became available.
Good education should be more than just passing exams and achieving a qualification. There is a growing recognition that effective learning comes from the journey, not the graduation.
three critical ways:
Learning is a process – it’s more than simply memorising and reciting facts. It’s about gathering knowledge, then learning how to work with that knowledge to analyse situations and apply what we know to:
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