Alternate Assessment for Students with Significant Gognitive Disabilities    

I need the following items in my proposal: 1) The history of the problem. 2) Operational Definitions 3) Statement of the Problem 4) Review of the Literature 5) Research Hypothesis 6) Methods of Study Information 7) Methods & Research Design 8) Methods Data Collection 9) Data Analysis 10) Results of Data Collected 11) Summary of the Findings 12) * A chart or graph if feasible 13) Conclusion and Implications 14) Reconmendations 15) References COURSE REQUIREMENTS: 1. Students will be able select a timely and useful topic (in consultation with the professor). 2. Students will be able to conduct a literature review using ERIC, CIJE, dissertation abstracts, as well as the Internet and other sources. 3. Students will present the results of their literature review. 4. Students will be able to write an APA manuscript based upon their literature review. 5. Students will present the proposed implementation plan. Advanced Research in Education I & II 3 Credit Hours. TEXT: Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, American Psychological Association Writing for Professional Publication: Keys to Academic and Business Success, Henson, Kenneth T. Writing the Winning Thesis or Dissertation, Joyner R.L., Rouse, W.A., & Glatthorn, A.A. RATIONALE: This course is designed to prepare teachers, administrators and support personnel to be creative decision-makers who engage in practical problem solving in relation to schools and school systems. This course should be   the last courses taken in the Ed. S. program. COURSE OBJECTIVES: Problems I Objectives and Standards: Standard Assignment Learning Outcome 1 Theory and Research Teachers think systematically about their practice and learn from experience. Final PowerPoint of action research plan Learning Outcome 2 Content Pedagogy Teachers know the subjects they teach and how to teach those subjects to students. Description of strategies the student will use in the intervention planned for their capstone project 1. Students will be will be able to identify and clarify problems. (LO 1 and NBPTS 4) 2. Students will be able to determine how people and areas are impacted and will be altered by proposed changes. (LO 1 and NBPTS 4) 3. Students will be able to select a representative group to address the issue or problem. (LO 1 and NBPTS 4) 4. Students will be able to establish parameters for decision-making in terms of consensus or other means. (LO 1 and NBPTS 4) 5. Students will be able to gather information and establish criteria against which to measure the effect of solutions. (LO 1 and NBPTS 4) 6. Students will be able to generate solutions supported by research and practices. (LO 2 and NBPTS 2) 7. Students will be able to solicit feedback to solutions from people who will be impacted by it. (LO 1 and NBPTS 4) Problems II Objectives: 8. Students will be able to make and articulate decisions. 9. Students will be able to implement the decision or discuss the level of implementation. 10. Students will be able to evaluate the implementation. 11. Students will be able to modify or adapt the implementation as needed. Detailed Instructions for Objectives Completion: Adv. Research in Ed. I 1. Students will be able to identify and clarify problems. Students will write basic overview of the problem(s) and then add bullet-type set of phrases for   specific examples of the problem. This is not a manuscript format and does not require sentences. It is designed for later PowerPoint presentation and not   for publication. Next, list the solution(s) in similar format. Be as practical and specific as possible. You and your professor will refine this section many   times to be more specific and to address logistical issues. 2. Students will be able to determine how people and areas are impacted and will be altered by proposed changes. Students will list the sets or categories of   people who are being impacted by the problem and will be impacted by the solution. This typically may include other students, teachers, administrators,   parents, and support personnel depending upon your problem and solution. 3. Students will be able to select a representative group to address the issue or problem. Students will typically select an individual for each example listed in Objective 2. Usually the individual selected is one   who is likely to be supportive or helpful. List the category and specific name. This will make up a task force of which the student is either chair or co-  chair. 4. Students will be able to establish parameters for decision-making in terms of consensus or other means. Students will describe how the task force will/did meet and then what will be/has been done to achieve consensus. 5. Students will be able to gather information and establish criteria against which to measure the effect of solutions. Students will develop a set of   measures to address all aspects of the project such as student improvement, consumer satisfaction, and other issues related to the project. 6. Students will be able to generate solutions supported by research and practices. Students will relate the project to literature found in the literature   review and other sources that were used to develop the project. 7. Students will be able to solicit feedback to solutions from people who will be impacted by it. Students will present how colleagues, faculty, and the task   force and its suggestions were a part of the project in terms of specific suggestions and general ideas. Adv. Research in Ed. II Objectives: 8. Students will be able to make and articulate decisions. Students will present how they made the decisions relating to the problem and solution. Problems   II presentations include objectives 1-7 presented in the past tense. 9. Students will be able to implement the decision or discuss the level of implementation. Students present about the actual implementation 10. Students will be able to evaluate the implementation. Students present the data collected from Objective 5 measures as well as other relevant information   about the project. 11. Students will be able to modify or adapt the implementation as needed. Students discuss how changes and modifications were required and made. Students   also discuss what they learned and what they would do differently if they were to do the project again. 

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