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in the context of PRONET The projects are currently being evaluated in the context of the “Qualitätsoffensive Lehrerbildung”. The case reports are analyzed based on a category system using the summarizing content analysis according to Mayring (2010

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., Tackett, M. & Sigmon, M. (2017) Understanding the Puzzle behind the Pictures: A Content Analysis of Children’s Picture Books About Autism. AERA Open, Vol. 3. No. 2. pp. 1

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. ECREA 2012 – 4th European Communication Conference . 24-27 October, 2012., Istanbul, Turkey. 15 Mayring, P. (2000) Qualitative Content Analysis. Forum

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Narrative Categorical Content Analysis (NarrCat). Sage Open , Vol. 3. No. 2. 2158244013492084. http://sgo.sagepub.com/content/3/2/2158244013492084 [Letöltve: 2015. 06. 12

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Concert visits with the music class: A Salzburg case study

A Cooperation project with varying goals, tasks and expectations

Hungarian Educational Research Journal
Author: Andreas Bernhofer

, P. ( 2008 ). Qualitative Inhaltsanalyse . Grundlagen und Techniken [Qualitative content analysis. Basics and Techniques ]. Weinheim : Beltz Verlag . Oebelsberger , M. , & Bernhofer , A. ( 2019 ). Joint venture: University – School

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context ( Yin, 2009 ). A qualitative analysis was conducted through content analysis ( Graneheim & Lundman, 2004 ). The analysis was based on the patterns derived from data during the coteaching period. In the analysis, the material was initially read

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with the qualitative content analysis. Some passages were additionally evaluated by text analysis. In the following, selected results are presented with the focus on the mentors' intercultural experiences. Also, some parts of the answers from the Alumni

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learn well? What is their attitude toward English lessons? What would they change about school? Results The contents of the interview protocols were processed using the method of content analysis. Mutual or frequent responses recorded based on the

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teachers, given that we were around the same age. The close relationships allowed the teachers to share extensively about what they thought and experienced in and out of formal interviews. Data analysis I analyzed the data using qualitative content analysis

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students' lives that can be linked to their successful educational progress. The interviews were processed qualitatively, with narrative content analysis – using a pre-defined code system. We used the variable data of the interviewed students for the

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