IntroductionAcknowledgements1. Groundwork1.1. Research1.2. Knowing1.3. Theories1.4. Ethics2. Paradigms2.1. Inferential Statistics2.2. Sampling2.3. Qualitative Rigor2.4. Design-Based Research2.5. Mixed Methods3. Learning Theories3.1. Behaviorism3.2. Cognitivism3.3. Constructivism3.4. SocioculturalismAppendix A. SupplementsGlossaryReferencesAppendix B. Example StudiesExample Study #1. Public comment sentiment on educational videosExample Study #2. Effects of open textbook adoption on teachers' open practicesAppendix C. Historical ReadingsManifesto of the Communist Party (1848)On the Origin of Species (1859)Science and the Savages (1905)Theories of Knowledge (1916)Theories of Morals (1916)
Appendix B

Example Studies

To help ground chapter explanations, I provide here a variety of openly licensed research articles that are referenced within the chapters and that serve as examples spanning multiple paradigms, methods, and research topics.

For each article, I occassionally interject callout boxes in the text to provide some explanatory guidance to the reader on what is important to notice, such as the "Paradigmatic Analysis" at the beginning of each study. These callout boxes represent my own additions and not the opinions or analyses of the original authors.

Additionally, the original citation and publishing location for each article may be found at the end of each article, and any citations you may make of the article itself should be directed toward the original version, not this reproduction.