Purdue EDPS 63100 - Syllabus (3 pages)

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Edps 63100 - Applied Educational Research Design Seminar
Applied Educational Research Design Seminar Documents

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Course Syllabus subject to modification as necessary SEMINAR EDPS 631 1 3 Credits Spring Semester 2006 Purdue University BRNG B247 Tuesdays 5 00 8 00pm Instructor Marcia Gentry Ph D office Phones e mails Web pages 5116 BRNG by appointment 765 496 3721 mgentry purdue edu www purdue edu geri Office hours Off Campus before or after class as needed or by appointment Required Texts and Materials APA 2002 Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association 5th edition Washington D C American Psychological Association Supplementary articles from instructor and students Description Applied educational research design seminar seeks to promote research and scholarly productivity among GERI graduate students associated graduate students visiting scholars and interested others A secondary purpose involves assisting GERI students COE students and associates with successful study by focusing on research grants thesis preparation graduate writing proposal development and degree completion Finally seminar offers students the opportunity to discuss learn and mess around with current issues in the field and of personal interest Seminar institutionalizes GERI investigators by creating time and incentive for students to become more productive with their scholarship efforts offer credit for work completed and formal support for the process In this course students should expect to attend contribute and participate A variety of formats will be used including discussion simulations group work lecture guest speakers peer feedback etc Course work and grading Students select from the following flexible menu of activities to meet course productivity requirements This menu will be discussed and revised after the first course meeting to accurately reflect the interests and goals of the students participating in seminar Since seminar is a variable credit course not all students will do all things hence the menu The first 3 items on the menu are expected of all students who enroll in



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