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ITF-711 Research Seminar II

Graduate, Masters


Course Overview

This course will focus on various techniques and methods of sociological research with an emphasis on selection, formulation, and execution of research projects in an applied early care and early education setting. Students will demonstrate an understanding of early interventionist’s relationship with statistics, qualitative analyses, and research considering research and researcher biases as they pertain to evaluation and assessment. The primary objective of this course is to familiarize the student with important concepts of and stages in social scientific research. This course will be a continuation of Research Seminar I  to proceed on the next steps in the research process including collecting and analyzing data and reporting the findings. Students’ critical thinking skills will be challenged and their points of view will be supported by evidence and theory

Credits: 3
Distribution: Graduate, Masters
ITF 710 and admission to Interdisciplinary Studies: Infants, Toddlers and their Families Masters of Arts Program; or permission of instructor

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