CT 290 - Research Design in Curriculum and Instruction
In this seminar students gain practical experience with procedures for design of research projects in curriculum and instruction. Topics include techniques for literature review, identification of areas in need of further research, formulation of research questions, development of research strategies, specification and operationalization of variables and measures, establishment of procedures for sampling and data collection, and techniques for analysis and interpretation of research data.
Prerequisite(s)/Course Notes: For matriculated doctoral students in the School of Education of HCLAS only. May not be taken on a Pass/Fail basis.