WINSTON-SALEM STATE UNIVERSITY
Department of Education
Theme of our is "Winston-Salem State University’s Teacher Education faculty share the vision of preparing critical and creative educators who facilitate learning for PK-12 students in a diverse and technologically dynamic world.” (See for Executive Summary of M. Ed. In Elementary Education Conceptual Framework)
EDU 6304 01, 61, 82 Research Methods: Action Research for Teachers.
(3 units). First Summer Session May 20 – July 8, 2008.
Instructor:Edwin D. Bell.
Office: Anderson Center 242C
Office hours: Tues.- Thurs. 2:00 – 3:30 PM or by appointment.
Telephone: 750-2694 (voice mail).
Time:4:30 – 7:00 PM Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday
Classroom:G22 Anderson Simulcast and Blackboard
Prerequisite: Admission to M. Ed. in Elementary Education or permission of instructor.
I. COURSE DESCRIPTION
Educational research methods are constructed to help students become independent researchers through practical experience and exposure to research terminology, techniques, research literature, and methods.
It is grounded in , which is consistent with the theme of the conceptual framework of the School of Education. It reinforces the reflection that is a central component of guidelines.