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Research topic is dual enrollment
“We have all changed someone’s life — usually without even realizing it. In this funny talk, Drew Dudley calls on all of us to celebrate leadership as the everyday act of improving each other’s lives. Share your Lollipop Moment – have you made someone’s life fundamentally better with just a small remark?” Tell me what you think about this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uAy6EawKKME
Post your research topic and finalized research problem.
- Briefly summarize how you will conduct your research. Be sure to state how your research ties into your literature review in your summary.
- Write one sample question that you could use in your survey.
Pl ease watch this fantastic video about SAS a North Carolina company that has created a strong and positive “organizational culture” or the “way they do business within the company.” Let me know what you think about the many benefits this company offers to its employees. By the way, this is a private or for-profit company meaning this is not a publicly traded company. Tell me what you think about this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lvsIcwHavOs
Post your research topic, your research problem, and the questions or potential questions in your survey instrument. (questions could be things like what is the success rate for students who enroll in dual enrollment courses) also you can view https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/5FSFTMS for more questions.
“Hierarchy is a way to structure an organization using different levels of authority and a vertical link or chain of command, between superior and subordinate levels of the organization. Higher Levels control Lower Levels of the Hierarchy.” Do you know what type of organizational structure your company has flat or tall? How would you describe the â€œcultureâ€ or the work environment at your company? Can you count or identify the number of layers or level of managers or supervisors between your position and the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and/or President of the Company? Where do you fit in within the organization? Meaning, are you an entry level, mid-management or upper management? Send me your answer
Students these days are subjected to a wide variety of tests throughout their K12 school career. Research the types of tests a student has to take for a specific grade level and when those tests are administered in your school district. (i.e. All high school seniors have to pass a state exam for basic literacy in order to graduate.)
- Post your findings to the discussion board. Note the type of test (criterion-referenced, norm-referenced, etc.), the testing instrument, and the type of data collected from each test. Also note if it is a national test like the PARCC, a state-wide test (NY Regents Exam) or a local/school specific test.
- State how the school district uses the results of the testing. (i.e. Apply for school funding, criteria for graduation, teacher/school assessment, etc.)
- Given what you have learned so far about educational testing and evaluation methods, do you think that the students in your school district are given enough testing, not enough, or too much testing?
- Do you think that the tests that the students are given accurately reflect their skills and abilities?
- Why or why not? Provide at least one reference from either your textbook or from a quality source that you have researched on your own.
As you prepare to apply your leadership skills at home, work, and school which type of leader are you? Watch this video and share your thoughts. Send me your detailed answer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ddt_IGMMOrI
Part 8 complete all bold prints, the survey link is posted in part 4.
Subtitle – Methodology
Participants: This section is where you will describe the individuals whom you invited to take the survey. They should include people like your classmates in this course, your co-workers, your family and friends. For example, you should explain how many surveys did you provide such as, “I sent 35 surveys via Blackboard to my 35 classmates at Strayer University. I only received 15 responses. I also provided 10 surveys to my co-workers, but only 3 responded. I shared the Survey with 5 family members, but only three participated in the process.
Research Design: In this section you will explain your research design such as using a Qualitative Research Method.
Instrumentation: This section is where you explain what research method did you use. Meaning, explain how you went about designing the 10 questions for your Survey which you used to upload unto one of the many Internet services such as kwiksurvey.com or surveymonkey.com.
Data Collection Procedures: In this section you will explain how you went about gathering the information. Meaning, describe how Survey Monkey automatically saves the respondents answers and it creates graphs that show the percentage of responses received and how the participants responded.
Data Analysis Procedures: This section is all about you taking the time to break it down in detail and explain to your reader how your participants responded. For example, you could say something like this: “Upon reviewing the “data” or “information” or the “responses” which the participants provided for Question 1: What is your gender? It appears that out of 35 classmates only 15 responded and out of the 15 participants 5 were male and 10 were female. Question 2: Are you married or single? It appears that out of 35 classmates only 15 responded and 8 were married, and 7 are single.”
Limitations and Delimitations: In this section you want to share some of the restrictions or “limitations and delimitations” you experienced. For example, your lack of knowledge on how to conduct research could fall under a limitation. Your unfamiliarity with conducting research could fall under a delimitation, etc., etc.,
Did you know that you can prepare your own Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats (SWOT) Personal Analysis? What is a SWOT Analysis? Watch this video and tell me what you think and prepare a brief SWOT Analysis identifying your own strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats https://www.mindtools.com/pages/article/newTMC_05_1.htm
- Propose an action research study that you could conduct in your classroom, training facility, or future job site.
- Define your research environment (classroom, job site, etc.) and the research problem.