EDUC 7103 Research Beginnings (15 credit GDHE)

 

 

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Kia ora

welcome to the course. Please take a moment to familiarise yourself with this page, and all the resources and support you have available to you.

Your teacher is Diana Ayling. You can contact me in a variety of different ways I have listed most of them here.  You are welcome to use MeetMe to book an appointment with me.

 

A private group will be established for you to connect, communicate and collaborate. 

 

Your assessment activities:

 

Weighting

Nature of assessment

Learning outcomes

 

50% Assessment 1: A topical interest paper.

1,2, 3

 

50%

Assessment 2. A research ethics application.

1,2, 3

 

Semester One, 2013 Class Resources: Abstract templates and Application forms. http://tlcommunityunitec.ning.com/page/educ-7103-research-beginnings-15-credit-gdhe-semester-one-2013

Glossary of Terms: Open and editable list of key words and concepts in educational research. 

By the end of this course you will be able to:


1. Evaluate current research paradigms and methodologies.

Resources:

Paradigms and methodologies Slideshare

Paradigms and methodologies Article

 

http://tlcommunityunitec.ning.com/ This is your link to the Teaching and Learning Community website.

 

2. Critically review issues in writing academic literature reviews.

Resources:

Reading for purpose (Academic)

Writing and researching an academic paper using Evernote.

Planning a research project and formulating research questions.

Research Writing Frames

APA Referencing (Unitec Library Guide)

Style Guides: Writing (Birmingham University)

 

3. Formulate research questions and appropriate research design.

Resources:

Planning a research project and formulating research questions.

Turning a teaching issue into research

Unitec Research Ethics Guidelines

Form A

Form B

Form C

 

4. Describe a variety of research procedures and methods of data collection.

Resources:

Action research a developmental approach

Supported experiments

Getting the truth into workplace surveys

 

5. Demonstrate data analysis and interpretation.

Resources:

Research Abstract Framework

Writing it up! Data analysis and interpretation

6. Develop a position on important ethical and political issues in educational research.

Resources:

NEW ZEALAND ASSOCIATION FOR RESEARCH IN EDUCATION ETHICAL GUIDELINES

Educational researchers should seek at all times to avoid harm and do
good.

New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

IMPORTANT DATES:

Assessment One:

Assessment Two:

 

By the end of the course you will be able to:

Knowledge: the key concepts and principles of educational research paradigms and methodologies. 

Skills: Plan, implement and review a research project. 

Values: Appreciate the  ethical and political issues in educational research.

People: Collaborate with and support peers and colleagues. 

Learn: Access, evaluate and share with your co-learners resources to support educational research.

Integrate: Embed your learning experiences into your professional practice and record your development in your professional portfolio.

 

Assessment: 

Marking rubrics and full details of the assessment process.

Assessment One Marking Rubric

Assessment Two Marking Rubric

 

Evaluation:

Rate my course - USU Survey of Courses

Online evaluation of course.  GDHE Course evaluation survey

Quick contact for immediate concerns dayling@unitec.ac.nz

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