This essay focuses on types of research intervention.Case studies are typically used in research that describes the development of an individual, group, or situation over a period of time
Case studies look at a single subject (e.g., a child with autism)
a single case (e.g., a classroom for children with autism).
They are typically used in research that describes the development of an individual, group, or situation over a period of time in order. To provide a detail account of what is occurring within its real-life context.
Correlational studies look for a relationship between two or more variables.
or things, that naturally occur in the same environment.
They cannot tell us anything about cause and effect, only that there is a relationship between two or more things.
For example, a study might be design to determine if there is a relationship between the number of children.
with autism in a particular community and the month of their birth.
Firstly, be honest
Secondly, be sure
Lastly, be true