EDR507 - Research Methods in Literacy Education (3 cr.)

A conceptual framework for educators in their roles as producers and consumers of research. The basic concepts and principles important to understanding research, especially in literacy education, will be introduced. The focus will be on sensitizing educators to caveats and ethical issues by developing abilities to frame, analyze, evaluate, and critique research. The participants will learn about the real world of research by designing a research study and will be introduced to the two fundamental research paradigms: quantitative and qualitative. (Summer, Fall). Prerequisite(s): enrollment in the M.S.Ed. Literacy Program or POI.

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