INICIACIÓN DE PROYECTO DE GRADO<br />RESEARCH PROJECT INITIATION<br />“I CAN is 100 times more important than IQ”<br />“Ma...
Contents<br />Research methods: interviews, journals, questionnaires, observations<br />Instruments design<br />Sampling<b...
MANUAL PARA SUBIR MONTAÑAS<br />
Advisingsessions<br />Individual advising sessions with the instructor will take place along the semester. The instructor ...
ATTENDANCE  POLICY <br />Attendance and punctuality are mandatory for classes and advising sessions. In case of absences, ...
Students’ responsibilities<br />Hand in assignments on time<br />Attend classes and advisory sessions<br />Read the assign...
Students’ rights<br />Receive periodical advisory sessions and feedback on the submitted papers<br />Express their needs a...
Evaluation<br />Classwork, attendance and participation 20% <br />Oral Presentation 20% <br />Methodology 20% <br />Instru...
Researchexercise<br />ResearchQuestion? <br />Which are thestudents’ perceptionstowardsthedesign of a researchproject?<br ...
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  1. 1. INICIACIÓN DE PROYECTO DE GRADO<br />RESEARCH PROJECT INITIATION<br />“I CAN is 100 times more important than IQ”<br />“Many of the great achievements of the world were accomplished by tired and discouraged men who kept on working.”<br />
  2. 2. Contents<br />Research methods: interviews, journals, questionnaires, observations<br />Instruments design<br />Sampling<br />Data analysis<br />Instructional design<br />Reporting findings and discussion<br />Conclusions<br />Research and instructional implications<br />Limitations of the study<br />
  3. 3. MANUAL PARA SUBIR MONTAÑAS<br />
  4. 4. Advisingsessions<br />Individual advising sessions with the instructor will take place along the semester. The instructor will meet with each research group throughout the semester to provide feedback on the thesis on progress. Students must bring to each meeting a hard copy of the document and must always incorporate the feedback given by the instructor before the next meeting. The instructor will program meetings with each research team. <br />In “Semanamuerta” RPI students will work with their future advisors to agree on methodological aspects of the project.<br />
  5. 5. ATTENDANCE POLICY <br />Attendance and punctuality are mandatory for classes and advising sessions. In case of absences, students must show valid excuses.. Regardless of the reason for the absence, students are responsible for completing missed assignments, and to be evaluated all must show valid excuses.<br />
  6. 6. Students’ responsibilities<br />Hand in assignments on time<br />Attend classes and advisory sessions<br />Read the assigned articles<br />Submit research proposals via email <br />Avoid plagiarizing others’ works<br />Participate actively and in an informed manner through discussion and response<br />Incorporate feedback in the research project<br />
  7. 7. Students’ rights<br />Receive periodical advisory sessions and feedback on the submitted papers<br />Express their needs and opinions <br />Receive a constant training on the contents of the course<br />
  8. 8. Evaluation<br />Classwork, attendance and participation 20% <br />Oral Presentation 20% <br />Methodology 20% <br />Instruments design 20%<br />Researchproject 20%<br />
  9. 9. Researchexercise<br />ResearchQuestion? <br />Which are thestudents’ perceptionstowardsthedesign of a researchproject?<br />Whattype of literaturewouldyoureview?<br />Whattype of studywouldyouconduct?<br />Howwouldyoucollecttheinformation?<br />

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