Sed 612 quantitative research design and critical

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SED 612 Quantitative Research Design and Critical Analysis - Winter 2009 Date Tentative Course Outline Reading Assignments Discussed on day listed Assignment Due Jan. 8 ASTE Conference – Instructor out of town SPSS tutorials: Data Input & Contingency Tables Cronk SPSS Ch. 1 & Ch. 2.1 Jan. 15 SPSS input/output Evaluating research reports: Title & Abstract Set dates for discussion of selected papers Consideration of final project from course Internal & External Validity of True Experimental Designs Campbell & Stanley (1963) to pp. 1- 34 True Experimental Designs [PDF] Skim Pyrczak text Klahr et al. (2007) [PDF] SPSS data input/output Ideas for final project from course Jan. 22 Evaluating research reports: Lit Review, Logical Framework, Problem Statement SPSS Example ANOVA analysis Quasi-Experimental & Non-Experimental Designs Pyrczak ERAJ Ch. 1-5 Cronk SPSS Ch. 6 Campbell & Stanley (1963) to pp. 34- 71 Quasi-Experimental Designs [PDF] Johnson & Christensen Ch. 9, 10, 11 Inferential Statistics: kb/statinf.php Magnusson et al. (2004) [doc] Klahr et al. (2007) [PDF] Adamson et al. (2003) [PDF] Generate design for problem Analysis of Research Paper: Klahr (2007) Jan. 29 Guest speaker Sue Ellen DeChenne Structural Modeling Design Experiments Structural Modeling references Pyrczak ERAJ All Brown (1992) [PDF] 6
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SED 612 Quantitative Research Design and Critical Analysis - Winter 2009 Feb. 5 Design research Toth et al. discussion Guest speaker: Darlene Russ-Eft (3:00) Regression Discontinuity Toth et al. (2000) [PDF] Thomas Cook paper [PDF] Multiple Regression: Regression Discontinuity: kb/quasiexp.php Campbell & Stanley 61-64 Generate design for problem Analysis of Research Paper: Adamson et al. (2003) ANCOVA & Regression & observation data Feb. 12 Discussion Set A Participant-Selected Papers Discussion of Statistics Topic [Michael & Ari] Read assigned papers & prep for discussion Feb. 19 Out of Town for NSF review panel Analysis of Research Paper: (Your discussion paper – approved by instructor) Feb. 26 Discussion Set B Participant-Selected Papers Discussion of Statistics Topic [Tobias & Ismael] Read assigned papers & prep for discussion Mar. 5 Discussion Set C Participant-Selected Papers Discussion of Statistics Topic [Juthamas & Henry] Read assigned papers & prep for discussion Analysis of Research Paper: (Your choice – approved by instructor) Mar. 12 Presentation of final products [Tobias, Ari, Ismael] Mar. 19 Presentation of final products [Henry, Juthamas, Ari] Final Product Papers 7
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