Assignments for Using Annotation for Transparent Inquiry (ATI) to Teach Qualitative Research Methods
Published: Nov 30, 2021
Contributor: Sebastian Karcher
Juan Masullo, Jr.
License: CC BY 4.0 license – Allows all uses and revisions, including commercial use with attribution.
These resources accompany “Using Annotation for Transparent Inquiry (ATI) to Teach Qualitative Research Methods” (Jacobs, Kapiszewski, and Karcher) to help instructors plan lessons for teaching qualitative methods using Annotation for Transparent Inquiry. They include assignments that employ ATI in qualitative methods instruction by Robert Adcock (historical methods, upper level undergraduate), Alan Jacobs (process tracing, graduate), and Juan Masullo (process tracing, upper level undergraduate and graduate). Assignments include a worksheet (Adcock), a short writing assignment (Jacobs), and a combination of in-class discussion and writing assignments (Masullo).
- Adcock - Worksheet for ATI Claims and Evidence Link opens in a new tab.
- Adcock - ATI Claims and Evidence Activity Link opens in a new tab.
- Jacobs - ATI Process Tracing Assignment Link opens in a new tab.
- Masullo - Teaching with ATI Exercises Link opens in a new tab.
- Alan M. Jacobs, Diana Kapiszewski, and Sebastian Karcher, "Using Annotation for Transparent Inquiry (ATI) to Teach Qualitative Research Methods," - PS: Political Science & Politics Link opens in a new tab.
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