Perhaps you already know how to write effective questionnaire questions and how to sequence them intelligently. But what about the more practical aspects of questionnaire design. This post gives you some ideas and tips.
Many questionnaires use Likert items & scales to elicit information about language teaching and learning. In this post, I discuss how to use these instruments effectively, by looking into the difference between items and scales, and explaining how to analyse the data that they produce.
This post will teach you how to effectively design a demographic section for a quantitative study in language education. The post looks into the purposes that this section serves; goes on to point out common problems; and concludes with practical advice.
This post contains practical advice that will help you to formulate and sequence the items in your questionnaire. It is mainly addressed to students working in language education, but much of the content can be applied in most of quantitative research.
If you are doing a quantitative research in language education, this post will help you to avoid three of the most common problems involved in the construction of questionnaire items.