|Due By (Pacific Time)||12/07/2016 0900 AM|
In this Research Analysis, you will accomplish two goals: analyze an article and discuss the implications for classroom teachers.
Please read the article listed below (available in the Kaplan Library). You will prepare a presentation for teachers that will follow the research analysis format outlined below. In the final part of the analysis — the implications section — describe how the research could be used by classroom teachers. Present to the teachers your views about child development based on this research and theories that you read in Unit 1.
Before you begin this Assignment, please read the document titled “Why Research is Important to Educators,” located in Doc Sharing. This document gives you information on the role of research in education. Review the analysis format located in the document. This is the format you will follow for this Assignment.
Read the following research study and complete a Research Analysis Assignment following the outline below.
Anderson, D.H., Nelson, J., Richardson, M., Webb, N., & Young, E.L. (2011). Using dialogue journals to strengthen the student-teacher relationship: A comparative case study. College Student Journal, 45(2), 269–287.
You will use this article for general background to enhance your understanding of students who are at risk and a possible teacher intervention. This article will also be important for the Case Study Assignment in Unit 3.
This Assignment will be created as a PowerPoint® presentation (or use some other type of presentation program). Follow this format when you create your presentation.
I. Research Problem and Questions (1 slide):
You must identify the research questions (these are usually in the abstract and at the beginning of the article). The rubric requires that you accurately, and completely, identify all research questions or hypotheses.
II. Literature Review (1 – 2 slides):
The Literature Review or Research Review can also be found at the beginning of the article. This is the area where the author(s) cites articles that were used to justify the research. All research begins with a review of what other researchers have found in the same area of study.
Cite at least one study the author used for each of the four points you list. You will notice that in each section research is listed that supports the points made by the authors. You will list one point and one citation, for a total of four. The research citations are listed with the date (ex. Wallace, 2012). You will find that citation as a reference listing under “Wallace” on the reference page.
In this article one word could be “adolescents,” but there are more .You must accurately characterize the field of knowledge studied and list four key points from the literature review with citations of appropriate studies used to make the points.
III. Research Design (1 slide):
Describe the design and all methods of data collection and analysis. This is stated in the article; take a look at the methods section. How do the authors describe their research?
IV. Findings (1 slide):
Briefly describe the outcomes of the research. You should summarize the results in general terms; you do not have to supply large amounts of statistical data from the article.
V. Limitations (1 slide):
VI. Implications for Practice (1 slide):
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