ECE 660-Action Research Literature Evaluation Assignment Solved

Action Research Literature Evaluation

 

ECE 660

Instructor: Juliet Krummick

Date: September 9, 2019

 

Article Summary Table #1

 

CRAAP Test

(Using the CRAAP test, evaluate this source for timeliness, relevancy, authority, accuracy, and purpose.  Provide the overall score and provide a narrative with a summary of your evaluation.)

 

 

Title  
Author  
Year  
Purpose of this Research/Study
(Why did the researcher conduct this study?)
 
Subjects/ Participants

(Explain the participants of the study.)

 
Variables

(What are the independent and dependent variables in this study?)

 
Instruments

(Examine the instruments used to collect data, include any pertinent information on the validity and reliability of the instruments).

 
  • Quantitative

(i.e. test scores, rating scales, rubrics, statistics, teacher-made tests, report cards, attendance statistics, attitude scales, etc.). If quantitative instruments are not used in this study, please state this in your summary of this section.

 

 

  • Qualitative

(i.e. surveys, questionnaires, portfolios, exhibits, interviews, observation, visual recordings, photography, oral histories or stories, journals, anecdotal notes, researcher journal, etc.) If qualitative instruments are not used in this study, please state this in your summary of this section.

 

 

Intervention(s) Used in this Study

(Summarize what was done to improve a situation or existing challenge that the research addressed.)

 
Outcomes/Results

(Explain what kind of evidence used to support his/her claims – i.e. statistics, charts, stories, historical documents, etc.)

 
Implications

(Based on the results of the study, what conclusions can be drawn?)

 
Relevance to your Proposed Intervention and Area of Focus

(How does this source relate to your area of focus? How does it relate to other articles on this topic?)

 
How does this article inform your action research study?

 

 

 

 

Article Summary Table #2

 

CRAAP Test

(Using the CRAAP test, evaluate this source for timeliness, relevancy, authority, accuracy, and purpose.  Provide the overall score and provide a narrative with a summary of your evaluation.)

 

 

Title  
Author  
Year  
Purpose of this Research/Study
(Why did the researcher conduct this study?)
 
Subjects/ Participants

(Explain the participants of the study.)

 
Variables

(What are the independent and dependent variables in this study?)

 
Instruments

(Explain the instruments used to collect data, include any pertinent information on the validity and reliability of the instruments).

 
  • Quantitative

(i.e. test scores, rating scales, rubrics, statistics, teacher-made tests, report cards, attendance statistics, attitude scales, etc.)

 

 

  • Qualitative

(i.e. surveys, questionnaires, portfolios, exhibits, interviews, observation, visual recordings, photography, oral histories or stories, journals, anecdotal notes, researcher journal, etc.)

 

 

Intervention(s) Used in this Study

(Describe what was done to improve a situation or existing challenge that the research addressed.)

 
Outcomes/Results

(Explain what kind of evidence used to support his/her claims – i.e. statistics, charts, stories, historical documents, etc.)

 
Implications

(Based on the results of the study, what conclusions can be drawn?)

 
Relevance to your Proposed Intervention and Area of Focus

(How does this source relate to your area of focus? How does it relate to other articles on this topic?)

 
How does this article inform your action research study?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Article Summary Table #3

 

CRAAP Test

(Using the CRAAP test, evaluate this source for timeliness, relevancy, authority, accuracy, and purpose.  Provide the overall score and provide a narrative with a summary of your evaluation.)

 

 

Title  
Author  
Year  
Purpose of this Research/Study
(Why did the researcher conduct this study?)
 
Subjects/ Participants

(Explain the participants of the study.)

 
Variables

(What are the independent and dependent variables in this study?)

 
Instruments

(Explain the instruments used to collect data, include any pertinent information on the validity and reliability of the instruments).

 
  • Quantitative

(i.e. test scores, rating scales, rubrics, statistics, teacher-made tests, report cards, attendance statistics, attitude scales, etc.)

 

 

  • Qualitative

(i.e. surveys, questionnaires, portfolios, exhibits, interviews, observation, visual recordings, photography, oral histories or stories, journals, anecdotal notes, researcher journal, etc.)

 

 

Intervention(s) Used in this Study

(Describe what was done to improve a situation or existing challenge that the research addressed.)

 
Outcomes/Results

(Explain what kind of evidence used to support his/her claims – i.e. statistics, charts, stories, historical documents, etc.)

 
Implications

(Based on the results of the study, what conclusions can be drawn?)

 
Relevance to your Proposed Intervention and Area of Focus

(How does this source relate to your area of focus? How does it relate to other articles on this topic?)

 
How does this article inform your action research study?

 

 

 

 

 

Article Summary Table #4

 

CRAAP Test

(Using the CRAAP test, evaluate this source for timeliness, relevancy, authority, accuracy, and purpose.  Provide the overall score and provide a narrative with a summary of your evaluation.)

 

 

Title  
Author  
Year  
Purpose of this Research/Study
(Why did the researcher conduct this study?)
 
Subjects/ Participants

(Explain the participants of the study.)

 
Variables

(What are the independent and dependent variables in this study?)

 
Instruments

(Explain the instruments used to collect data, include any pertinent information on the validity and reliability of the instruments).

 
  • Quantitative

(i.e. test scores, rating scales, rubrics, statistics, teacher-made tests, report cards, attendance statistics, attitude scales, etc.)

 

 

  • Qualitative

(i.e. surveys, questionnaires, portfolios, exhibits, interviews, observation, visual recordings, photography, oral histories or stories, journals, anecdotal notes, researcher journal, etc.)

 

 

Intervention(s) Used in this Study

(Describe what was done to improve a situation or existing challenge that the research addressed.)

 
Outcomes/Results

(Explain what kind of evidence used to support his/her claims – i.e. statistics, charts, stories, historical documents, etc.)

 
Implications

(Based on the results of the study, what conclusions can be drawn?)

 
Relevance to your Proposed Intervention and Area of Focus

(How does this source relate to your area of focus? How does it relate to other articles on this topic?)

 
How does this article inform your action research study?

 

 

 

 

Literature Evaluation Table

 

  Title/Author Year How will this article inform your action research proposal? Describe the intervention(s) and/or instruments that are relevant to the problem you are addressing with your action research.
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2  

 

   
3  

 

   
4  

 

   

 

 

 

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