Sunday, 11 December 2011

How To... Self Evaluation.

What problem did you identify?
How to grow vegetables.

What evidence did you find to support your decisions?
Through our surveys it became clear that students were  really interested in alcohol and were up for trying new things when it came to it. They also enjoyed drinking games and pre-drinkng at home.

What methods did you use to gather your evidence and what forms did it take?
  • Internet searching
  • Questionnaire
  • Emails
Categorise your research using the terms primary, secondary, quantitative and qualitative.

What methods of research did you find useful and why?
I found all the research beneficial, especially the factual pieces. I also liked receiving the feedback from the primary forms as it was satisfying getting the information that you'd asked for or sought out.

How did these inform your response to your problem?
When we got our feedback from the questionnaire I feel that it pushed on our project the most as it backed up our idea that what we were creating would be good for our target audience.

What methods did you encounter as problematic?
Something that was problematic was finding out how long chillies take to grow, as a lot of the information we found on the internet was quite contrasting.

How did you overcome this?
To overcome this I sent emails to different people who had a lot of knowledge in the area. I was really happy when I got two responses.

What research could you have carried out that would have proved more useful?
If I could have done further research it would have been looking further into different ways of growing chillies.

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