Click on the subdomain titles to examine the range of skills and concepts a student can expect to demonstrate for assessment of this Domain:
- The graduate understands the purpose of conducting a literature review and understands its relationship to educational or healthcare research and practice.
- The graduate understands how to select appropriate research topics and research paradigms.
- The graduate identifies, evaluates, and utilizes information resources in order to investigate specific research topics.
- The graduate critiques the data analysis, results, and conclusions in a research study.
- The graduate understands how to organize and develop a thorough and coherent literature review.
- The graduate understands how to develop measurable research questions.
- The graduate interprets the results of a literature review and generates a hypothesis supported by those findings when appropriate.
- The graduate understands and uses different types of variables and data that can be collected during a research study.
- The graduate evaluates the relative merits of instruments for measuring specific motivation, performance, and learning style variables.
- The graduate understands basic concepts involved in the evaluation of data.
- The graduate completes a research proposal.
- The graduate understands the components of quantitative research.
- The graduate understands the components of qualitative research.
- The graduate understands the components of action research.