Assign each type of comment a number code (e.g., talking during class = 1; disrespectful = 2; etc.).

Column 1 contains brief summaries of the different comments that were collected from the 15 faculty (some faculty gave more than one comment). Code the comments (Hint: generally, look for the same themes that Clark and Springer found, but add anything that may be new or do not include a theme that does not fit your set of comments) by completing the following steps:

 

  1. Assign each type of comment a number code (e.g., talking during class = 1; disrespectful = 2; etc.).
  2. Put the code of each comment in the column headed FACULTYCOMMENTCODE just to the right of the comment (that is, it should be in the same row as the comment).

 

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Next, enter the code values and meaning of each code. You will want to review the videos located in both the topic materials and in the General Guidelines of the assignment for information on how to do this. Complete the following steps to enter the code values and meaning of each code:

 

  1. Switch to VARIABLE VIEW.
  2. Go to the row for the second variable.
  3. Look under VALUES, and enter the code value and the meaning of each code. For example, Value box = 1; Label box = Talking during class. Then, click “Add” so the label shows in the box below. Then, put the next code value (2) in the Value box, its meaning in the Label box, and click “Add.” Continue this until all code values and labels are showing in the larger box.
  4. When finished, click “OK.”

 

Now, analyze the frequencies of comments in each theme. You will want to review the videos located in both the topic materials and in the General Guidelines of the assignment for information on how to do this. Complete the following steps to analyze the frequencies of comments in each theme:

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