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2 2 Section is written in a way that is well structured, has a logical flow, uses correct paragraph structure, uses correct sentence structure, uses correct punctuation, and uses correct APA format. 2 2
65 Criterion * (Score = 0, 1, 2, or 3) Learner Score Chair Score Methodologis t Score Content Expert Score *Score each requirement listed in the criteria table using the following scale: 0 = Item Not Present or Unacceptable. Substantial Revisions are Required. 1 = Item is Present. Does Not Meet Expectations. Revisions are Required. 2 = Item is Acceptable. Meets Expectations. Some Revisions May be Suggested or Required. 3 = Item Exceeds Expectations. No Revisions are Required. Reviewer Comments: Literature Review: Theoretical Foundations Metacognitive theory Self-regulated learning theory Research Variables Dependent variables: EOC test scores from Algebra 1 and English 1. Independent variables: Instruction type (traditional or electronic) Research Questions and Hypotheses The research problem in this study investigates whether there is a difference between dependent variables (DV), EOC test scores, as a result of the independent variable (IV), taking online or traditional instruction. The independent variable (IV) is instruction type; online or traditional instruction. EOC test scores, the DV will be compared for each IV, type of instruction, online or traditional. Although this will be done for two different courses, Algebra 1 and English 1, the scores for the two courses will not be compared. Only the test scores from the two instructional modes will be compared. The problem statement is, It is not known if, or to what extent, there is a difference between End of Course test scores when using online versus traditional instruction for students in Algebra 1 or English 1.
66 Criterion *(Score = 0, 1, 2, or 3) Learner Score Chair Score Methodologis t Score Content Expert Score RESEARCH QUESTIONS AND/OR HYPOTHESES (Minimum one to two pages) Qualitative Studies : Restates the research questions and the phenomena for the study from Chapter 1. Quantitative Studies: Describes the variables, at the conceptual, operational and measurement levels, then restates the research questions from Chapter 1, and presents the matching hypotheses. 2 2 X Describes the nature and sources of necessary data to answer the research questions (primary versus secondary data, specific people, institutional archives, Internet open sources, etc.). Quantitative Studies: Describes the data collection methods, instrument(s) or data source(s) to collect the data for each variable. Qualitative Studies : Describes the data collection methods, instruments, and/or data sources to collect the data to answer each research question. 2 2 X Section is written in a way that is well structured, has a logical flow, uses correct paragraph structure, uses correct sentence structure, uses correct punctuation, and uses correct APA format.

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