Best practices in research interviewing techniques for qualitative research in education.  To prepare: Watch the

Best practices in research interviewing techniques for qualitative research in education. 
 
To prepare: Watch the two videos on interviewing provided. 

Consider the following questions for your paper to evaluate the techniques used in each interview. Which practices could you use in your own interview? Which practices should you avoid? Where did the person in the video go wrong? How could this issue have been avoided or corrected?
 
Write 2- to 3-paragraph evaluation of the interview techniques used in both interviews. Include commentary and analysis of best practices, practices to avoid, and how this viewing experience will inform your approach to the interviewing assignment introduced in this week’s Major Assignment.

When appropriate, be sure to support your postings and responses with specific references to the reading(s) and/or video program(s) and use APA 7 format.

Resources: 

Video transcripts: 
Microsoft Word – WAL_SOCW8610_it_programtranscript_EN.docx (laureate.net)

Microsoft Word – WAL_SOCW8610_tt_programtranscript_EN.docx (laureate.net)

My Topic of Study
Inclusion for Every Brain: Educators Practices and Perceptions of Brain-Centered Education 
Research Question: What are the perceptions of educators of brain-based education, brain-centered pedagogy, and brain-focused inclusion in the classroom?

Goal
To identify educators’ perceptions of brain-based education, brain-centered pedagogy and the neuroscience of learning in educators’ preparation training and explore the social-emotional and professional esteem of teachers’ and how students’ learn in brain-centered classes.  

The implementation of brain-based learning and teaching strategies in community college child development courses and the impact on the social-emotional well-being and academic performance of students. The research study would also expose the students’ well-being and academic performance (Klingberg, 2015). The study would explore four concepts to enhance the development of brain-based learning in the college classroom.