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This is our 663 study group wiki...

 

Once we have completed the study guide, we can get together for a chat here Sunday evening at 7:00 p.m. There is now enough room for the entire class to participate if you so desire. I hope this process is beneficial to you as you prepare for the final.


Words of Wisdom from Dr. Bass

 

Education 663

Study Guide for Spring 2006 Final Exam

 

The questions for the final exam will be selected from content covered in class, posted on Blackboard, and presented in the required course readings. While all the Gall, Gall, and Borg (7th edition) chapter objectives identify important course outcomes, the following objectives identify the most important aspects of each assigned chapter for which individual test items may be developed. The Final will consist of fifty one-point multiple-choice items and twelve short answer questions worth from 2 to 12 points each and also totaling 50 points.

 

Planning Page for this Wiki Check here to see who is doing what!

Discussion Click here to ask questions, raise concerns, make suggestions...(I have begun a discussion thread that I would like your input on so please visit this area-Jon Messer)

 

All Chapters Complete

 

Chapter 1 The Nature of Educational Research

Chapter 2 Developing a Research Proposal

Chapter 3 Ethical, Legal, and Human Relations Issues in Educational Research

Chapter 4 Reviewing the Literature

Chapter 6 Selecting a Sample

Chapter 7 Collecting Research Data with Tests and Self-Report Measures

Chapter 8 Collecting Research Data with Questionnaires and Interviews

Chapter 9 Collecting Research Data through Observation and Content Analysis

Chap 10 Nonexperimental Research: Descriptive and Causal-Comparative Designs

Chapter 11 Nonexperimental Research: Correlational Designs

Chapter 12 Experimental Research: Designs, Part 1

Chapter 13 Experimental Research: Designs, Part 2

Chapter 14 Case Study Research

Chapter 15 Qualitative Research Traditions

Chapter 16 Historical Research

Chapter 17 Evaluation Research

Comments (2)

Anonymous said

at 9:11 am on May 4, 2006

Hi Sheryl & Jon! Thanks for setting this up - I would be glad to participate!
Holly

Anonymous said

at 5:24 pm on May 4, 2006

Now I'm wondering did you learn this format in our 639 class or have you been using it for years? I'm impressed at how you've used it.
I will prepare my pages tonight and tomorrow. What if anything beyond our pages should we prepare for Sunday evening?

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