Applications Of Action Research – edd580 (2 credits)
This course emphasizes the writing and the dissemination of a finalized action research project. Learners revise the proposal as needed and complete Chapter V of the action research project. They explore various dissemination techniques that have the potential to reach a variety of stakeholders. Particular emphasis is placed on using research as a basis for grant writing and journal publication.
This graduate-level course is 4 weeks. This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
Action Research Project Reflection
- Evaluate the action research process from beginning to end.
- Recommend improvements/revisions to your ARP.
- Analyze publication standards from a variety of sources.
- Examine various types of funding sources.
- Analyze the necessary requirements for developing a successful grant proposal.
- Analyze the basic components of a grant proposal.
Communicating Research Findings
- Examine purposes and stakeholders for the ARP.
- Examine the elements of successful presentations for various stakeholders.
Final Components of the Action Research Project (ARP)
- Identify public speaking skills needed for professional conferences.
- Write the final action research project report by integrating Chapters I-IV with Chapter V.
- Format ARP consistent with APA guidelines
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