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Problems with integrating technology in the classroom

Hurdles to Integrating Technology in the Classroom Technological advancements have happened at  a very fast pace in the twenty first century and like every other field, education has also benefitted from the proliferation of digital technology. The growth of online education has led to changing structure and composition of classrooms. The benefits are not limited …

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Research design and its types: Exploratory, descriptive and causal

Research designs in marketing research and their types: Exploratory, descriptive and causal A common definition of research is gathering and analysing information systematically. After having set the objectives of research, next step is to decide the research design which best suits the research objectives. It is on the basis of the research design that the …

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Non Probability sampling & its types

What is Non Probability sampling? Highlight its types. Non Probability sampling unlike probability sampling does not offer all the subjects equal chances of being selected. True random sampling is always difficult to perform because the researchers are bound by time, money and other constraints which inevitably leads to them using another sampling technique called non probability …

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Probability Sampling and its types

What is Probability sampling? What are its types? Probability sampling is a sampling technique that allows each participant equal chances of of being selected in the process of sampling. The researcher uses methods of sampling that guarantees each subject equal opportunity of being selected. It is achieved by using the process of randomisation. This helps …

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Sampling and its types

What is sampling in research? Statistical sampling means selecting a small group or a sample group  as a representative section of the entire population and to perform a statistical experiment on it and then relate (extrapolate) the findings to the larger population. In several experiments, you cannot sample the entire population because it would not …

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