This book provides an accessible introduction to using case studies. It makes sense of literature in this area, and shows how to generate collaborations and communicate findings.
The authors bring together the practical and the theoretical, enabling readers to build expertise on the principles and practice of case study research, as well as engaging with possible theoretical frameworks. They also highlight the place of case study as a key component of educational research.
With the help of this book, graduate students, teacher educators and practitioner researchers will gain the confidence and skills needed to design and conduct a high quality case study.
Chapter 10: Finding Your Voice
Finding Your Voice
- What is voice?
- 6+1 trait writing rubrics
- Telling the story
- Qualities of voice
- Strategies for finding your voice
- Peer review
What Is Voice?
Case study, whether we are discussing field notes or the final write-up, is usually more like narrative than traditional academic writing in that it tells a story of relationships, interactions and processes. It represents ...