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Sept 15 class

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    • 1. Contract & Problem Statement• Contract= “You outline your goals and expectations for the Project Portfolio”• Problem Statement= “The ‘problem’ you are intending to research” (see Blakeslee and Fleischer)• Two or three pages, on Google Sites, and a Google Doc
    • 2. And More Project Portfolio Stuff• Progress Reports= Three “short and simple” updates• Poster Presentation= Details TBA, but imagine “science fair”• Major Deliverable= “The chunk... that represents significant process in your research.”
    • 3. Interview two one faculty advisorsAlisha and Emily interviewing Fleischer (September 20)Beth and Bernice interviewing Derek (September 19)Carie and Graham interviewing Benninghoff (September 22)Jeff and Sarah interviewing Dunn (September 29)Sierra, Brenda, and Jessica interviewing Blakeslee (September 19)Bill and Heather interviewing Miller (September 22)
    • 4. Interview two one faculty advisors• You set up the interviews• Recording and transcribing• Common questions (e.g., systematic and empirical) we’ll develop tonight• Due October 6 (A shared/co-written Google Doc)
    • 5. Research Methodologies Presentations• Working in pairs (or three or so)• Define methodology, lead discussion, give basic bibliographic information• I can/will work with folks on readings• These methods are of course not completely independent from each other
    • 6. Research Methodologies Presentations• Experimental design=Krause (and that will be an example)• Ethnography• Case study• Content Analysis• Action/Teacher Research• Surveys• And???

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