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Mixed methods research; a new paradigm

Positivist - Quantitative *Pupil progress and assessment/attainment data. *Parental ‘check list’.*Questionnaires.

Anti- positivist - Interpretive Historical and documentary research Retrospective ex post facto research - Qualitative *Informal Interviews.*Literature review (including policy and curriculum guidance).

Anti- positivist - Participatory - Qualitative *Presentations. *Observation. *Informal discussions. *SRE ‘group’ sessions.

Anti- positivist - Investigative research - Qualitative *Observation. *Informal discussion.*SRE group work. *Parental workshops.

Anti- positivist - Pragmatism - Qualitative *Mixed Methods approach

Critical theory - Critical pedagogical - Ideology *Reflection on SRE for SEN *Schemes of Work and quality of SRE provision.

Critical theory - Reflective - Action research *Observation. *Informal discussions. *Pupil session discussions. *Assessments - planning ahead. *After course assessments – planning ahead. *Informal Interviews.


I am confident that permission, where needed, had been gained and that the rights of everyone taking part were upheld. I do not believe that there are any other ethical concerns to be addressed within this particular research study.

Other guidelines that were followed were;

Government Office for Science (2007) Rigour, Respect and Responsibility: A Universal Ethical Code for Scientists. http://www.bis.gov.uk/assets/BISPartners/GoScience/Docs/U/universal-ethical-code-scientists.pdf

Research Councils UK (2009) RCUK Policy and Code of Conduct on the Governance of Good Research Conduct: Integrity, Clarity and Good Management. http://www.rcuk.ac.uk/documents/reviews/grc/grcpoldraft.pdf [last accessed 10/01/12].

ESRC’s (2010) Framework for Research Ethics, to which the AHRC also refers. http://www.esrcsocietytoday.ac.uk/_images/Framework_for_Research_Ethics_tcm8-4586.pdf

The University of St Mark & St John’s ethics policy.


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Declaration of conflicts of interest

The author declares no conflicts of interest

Corresponding author email

paul@insightts.co.uk

Lead author country

United Kingdom

Lead author job role

Postgraduate Student

Lead author institution

Plymouth Marjons University

Human Participants

Yes

Ethics statement

I am confident that permission, where needed, had been gained and that the rights of everyone taking part were upheld. I do not believe that there are any other ethical concerns to be addressed within this particular research study. Other guidelines that were followed were; Government Office for Science (2007) Rigour, Respect and Responsibility: A Universal Ethical Code for Scientists. http://www.bis.gov.uk/assets/BISPartners/GoScience/Docs/U/universal-ethical-code-scientists.pdf Research Councils UK (2009) RCUK Policy and Code of Conduct on the Governance of Good Research Conduct: Integrity, Clarity and Good Management. http://www.rcuk.ac.uk/documents/reviews/grc/grcpoldraft.pdf [last accessed 10/01/12]. ESRC’s (2010) Framework for Research Ethics, to which the AHRC also refers. http://www.esrcsocietytoday.ac.uk/_images/Framework_for_Research_Ethics_tcm8-4586.pdf The University of St Mark & St John’s ethics policy.

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