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May 28th, 2018 by Erik Laursen

The lead blog for this article is due May 30 at midnight. Rachel is the lead blogger.

The other members of group 1 are Lindsey, Madeline, Chris, and Samantha. Follow-up blogs are due June 2 at midnight.

You can access the article in the Article Folder and a description about blogging in Week 1 folder.

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May 28th, 2018 by Erik Laursen

The lead blog for this article is due May 30 at midnight. Charity is the lead blogger.

The other members of group 1 are Carly, Kimberly, and Darrell. Follow-up blogs are due June 2 at midnight.

You can access the article in the Article Folder and a description about blogging in Week 1 folder.

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May 22nd, 2018 by Erik Laursen

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May 3rd, 2018 by Erik Laursen

Group 2 will have two lead blogs posted by midnight on May 26; one by Lindsey and one by Madeline.

Follow-up blogs are due by midnight on May 30. Distribute your blogs so each lead blogger will have a reflection post.

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May 3rd, 2018 by Erik Laursen

The lead blog will be posted by midnight on May 26 by Kimberly.

Follow-up blogs are due by midnight on May 30.

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May 3rd, 2018 by Erik Laursen

All group 2 members post their response by midnight on May 26 and all members respond to two others group members’ post by midnight on May 29.

Assignment Description:
Discuss similarities and difference between the two educational research approaches. Include a discussion of ethical considerations.
How likely are you to engage in either type of research in your field?
Which of the two types of research feels like the best fit for you? Why?
The post also serves as a preparation for answering a possible comprehensive exam question for this class. Comprehensive exam answers are typically 3-4 pages in length (double spaced, 12 – point font) and should demonstrate your understanding of the question both from a theoretical and practical perspective. Therefore, you post should demonstrate your familiarity and command of the content discussed in the textbook (Chapters 1, 2, and 9) and in class. Additionally, you are expected to include examples or references to your educational practice. While you will use the textbook and other resources to write your answer, it is not a referenced paper – more like an essay.
After you made your own post, you are expected to comment on the posts of at least two other class members. These comments are not simply ‘good job’ or ‘you’re wrong’ but should critically examine the poster’s data/evidence, and/or suggestions for its relevance to your teaching practice. Comments should be at least a full paragraph (approx. 100 words). More thorough and insightful comments will receive better scores.
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May 3rd, 2018 by Erik Laursen

All group 1 members post their response by midnight on May 26 and all members respond to two others group members’ post by midnight on May 29.

 

Assignment Description:
Discuss similarities and difference between the two educational research approaches. Include a discussion of ethical considerations.
How likely are you to engage in either type of research in your field?
Which of the two types of research feels like the best fit for you? Why?
The post also serves as a preparation for answering a possible comprehensive exam question for this class. Comprehensive exam answers are typically 3-4 pages in length (double spaced, 12 – point font) and should demonstrate your understanding of the question both from a theoretical and practical perspective. Therefore, you post should demonstrate your familiarity and command of the content discussed in the textbook (Chapters 1, 2, and 9) and in class. Additionally, you are expected to include examples or references to your educational practice. While you will use the textbook and other resources to write your answer, it is not a referenced paper – more like an essay.
After you made your own post, you are expected to comment on the posts of at least two other class members. These comments are not simply ‘good job’ or ‘you’re wrong’ but should critically examine the poster’s data/evidence, and/or suggestions for its relevance to your teaching practice. Comments should be at least a full paragraph (approx. 100 words). More thorough and insightful comments will receive better scores.

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May 3rd, 2018 by Erik Laursen

The lead blog for this article is due May 24 at midnight. Chris is the lead blogger.

The other members of group 1 are Lindsey, Madeline, Rachel, and Samantha. Follow-up blogs are due May 26 at midnight.

You can access the article in the Article Folder and a description about blogging in Week 1 folder.

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May 3rd, 2018 by Erik Laursen

The lead blog for this article is due May 24 at midnight. Carly is the lead blogger.

The other members of group 1 are Kimberly, Charity, and Darrell. Follow-up blogs are due May 26 at midnight.

You can access the article in the Article Folder and a description about blogging in Week 1 folder.

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