Description
Collaborative Action Research, Part I
3 Graduate Credits
This course will introduce the process of collaborative action research, a practical approach to research for the practicing educator. A differentiation will be made between action research and traditional empirical research. Basic research assumptions and concepts in the social behavioral sciences will be discussed. General principles of research design, descriptive statistics, research models, and data collection methodology will be emphasized. The course will culminate with the identification of a focused research topic, a research question or hypotheses based on a classroom problem, a limited review of the literature on current educational practices on the topic, and the development of a research proposal.
Details
Grading Basis
Graded
Units
3
Component
Lecture - Required
Offering
Course
CUIN 690
Academic Group
School of Education
Academic Organization
Curriculum & Instruction
Campus
Coppin State University