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EDUC 6311 DL - Research Methods and Procedures
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Study of statistics, analysis of research design and methodoloy, use of library resources and evaluation of current literature; completion of a research project required. Must be taken during first nine semester hours of program. Same as SPED 7385 and PSYC 6380.
Student Academic Outcomes
By course completion, students should be able to:
1. Understand the nature of research and be able to differentiate true research from other forms of inquiry and reporting of information in their discipline.
2. Be able to identify and generate research questions, statements, and hypotheses.
3. Understand a variety of true, pseudo-, and quasi-experimental research designs.
4. Understand and be able to identify a variety of data collection techniques.
5. Understand the rationale for the application of basic descriptive and inferential statistics.
6. Be able to identify, interpret, and critique the concepts in #2 through #5 in relevant current literature.
7. Demonstrate a basic understanding of the concepts in #2 through #5 by generating and reporting research through a mini-project.
8. Understand the significant effects of cultural diversity on research.
McMillan, J.H., (2008). Educational research: Fundamentals for the consumer 5th ed.). New York: Allyn and Bacon.
American Psychological Association (2001). Publication Manual of the American Psychological
Manual (5th ed.). Washington: American Psychological Association.
Jaegar, R. M., (1993). Statistics: A spectator sport (2nd ed.).Newbury Park: Sage Publications
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