In this course, students learn the basic steps required to write an action research project proposal. Students complete a basic sentence outline and Chapters I through IV of an action research project proposal. The proposal includes an introduction, documentation of the problem, a review of the literature, a recommended solution strategy, and methods for analyzing results.
Construction of Chapters III and IV of the Action Research Project Proposal
Relate the problem statement to the goals and expected outcomes of the action research project to ensure alignment.
Select appropriate statistical tests for analysis of data.
Identify the solution strategy of the action research project as supported by the literature.
Develop a full-sentence outline for the action research project for Chapters III and IV.
Professional Presentation Skills for Researchers
Examine the elements of successful conference presentations.
Analyze techniques to overcome fear of public speaking.
Compare and contrast the elements of effective and ineffective public speaking.
Disseminating the Action Research Project Proposal
Produce the action research project proposal—Chapters I to IV complete with front and back matter.
Prepare an overview of the action research project proposal for presentation.
Assembling the Action Research Project Proposal
Construct the front matter—title page and table of contents—and the back matter—references and appendices—of the action research project proposal.
Review APA formatting and style.
Finalizing the Action Research Project Proposal
Identify ways action research can make a difference.
Evaluate progress on the action research project proposal.
Components of the Action Research Project Proposal
Develop a viable action research problem statement.
Select a research methodology and a research design.
Identify data collection methods by which research problems can be measured.
Construction of Chapters I and II of the Action Research Project Proposal
Develop a full-sentence outline for the action research project for Chapters I and II.
Construct an effective literature review for an action research outline.
Synthesize the major causes of the research problem based on the literature review and the research setting.
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