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Welcome to the EDUC 851: Research on Teacher Education Infoguide
Use this guide to locate sources to use for your course assignments.
This assignment will ultimately take the form of a well-integrated research proposal modeled in part on The American Educational Research Association’s conference proposal format (see Task #3). Completion of this proposal is divided into three related tasks:
In the final paper, you will identify a researchable problem in your area of study (e.g. the preparation of teachers in your area, science, media and technology, special education, diverse classrooms, etc.), and prepare a literature review of the relevant and related research that would serve as a proposal to conduct a study. You are not expected to conduct the study, rather use the assignment to gain a deeper understanding of your area of interest as it relates to the study of teacher education, and discern next best research question(s).
See syllabus for complete description of these assignments: https://cehd.gmu.edu/people/faculty/asamaras/
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