The aim of this paper is to show multiple triangulation (data, research, methods, results and conclusions) followed a qualitative research process framed in the curriculum of a master's degree in higher education inclusive. The work was based on a multiple triangulation in order to identify the elements that have allowed develop and the results achieved. It aims to give other research strategies to incorporate multiple triangulation in the research process.
This research process has not been limited only in theoretical models, but these have been supplemented by the interaction of the voices. The study allowed our voices triangulate horizontally as researchers with the master teachers and mentors of student voice participant through complementing qualitative cutting tools. Listen and triangulate these voices have resulted in advances in methodological research and give more validity to the results and conclusions.
Betrián, E., Galitó, N., García Merino, N., Jové, G., & Macarulla, M. (2013). La triangulación múltiple como estrategia metodológica. REICE. Revista Iberoamericana sobre Calidad, Eficacia y Cambio en Educación, 11(4),
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