EDUC 3008 - PRACTITIONER INQUIRY 4: APPLYING DISCIPLINED INQUIRY

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EDUC 3008 - PRACTITIONER INQUIRY 4: APPLYING DISCIPLINED INQUIRY

Credits: 3.0

This final course in the research series provides students the opportunity to engage in practice-based research with real-world issues and problems of practice. The seminar will begin with the opportunity to review a number of studies representing quantitative, qualitative, and mixed approaches. Students will then collaborate with colleagues pursuing the same and/or similar research methods and approaches through small workgroups. Each small group will be organized to support students in conducting pilot work in the methods/approaches they plan to use for their practice-based dissertation. Student groups will work with advanced PhD students who have expertise in the methods and who will act as a consultant. Students will be expected to finalize their dissertation overview proposal through this course (in conjunction with their Arco advisor and faculty).

Recent and Upcoming Instructors

Kevin J. Crowley

Jill Alexa Perry

Rachel E. Robertson

  • Summer 2022 (2227)
  • Summer 2023 (2237)