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Graduate School of Education and Human Development
Educational Leadership (EDUC)
EDUC
6841
Inquiry Tools Supporting Improvement Science
InquiryToolsSupport ImproveSci
Fall 2017
3
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Seminar
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The means by which improvement science uses and adapts to a range of established qualitative and quantitative tools, processes, and methods to support educator inquiry within the context of K-12 school settings.
1. Understand the comparative value of qualitative and quantitative research methodologies
2. Acquire the basic knowledge and skills to evaluate a range of qualitative and quantitative research methodologies and methods
3. Utilize the research literature to understand and articulate what is known about problems of interest supporting
4. Utilize the research literature to identify and assess change strategies that may address your problem of interest
5. Develop some basic skills in qualitative and quantitative research methods
6. Understand and explain how basic quantitative and qualitative research methods inform the portfolio of tools and strategies in Improvement Science (e.g., run charts, fishbone diagrams, etc.)
7. Develop reflection and documentation skills to support improvement science inquiry through weekly journal entries, group work, and process notes
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