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  ETL 802, Research for Teachers Leaders
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Semester: Spring 2013
Course Subject: ETL
Course #: 802
Course Section: 26333
Course Title: Research for Teachers Leaders
Course Section Information: (ETL 800 and 801 are prerequisites. ETL 803 is a prerequisite or corequisite.) This course presents a survey of commonly used research methods in education with emphasis on the rigor of a sound action research design. Candidates identify a topic that warrants scientific attention and create a research proposal with IRB and other appropriate approvals. Focus of the research should be on student learning, student achievement, learning environment and impact on student learning, or closing the achievement gap.
Credit Hours: 3
Special Section 
Registration Requirements: 
WEB EKU Online 100%
Course Begins: Mar 18, 2013
Course Ends: May 03, 2013
Instructor: Dr.Samuel B. Hinton
Instructor's Email: samuel.hinton@eku.edu
Web Course Features (Students will be required to use):
 Email Discussion Boards Online Chat/Virtual Classroom
 Online Tests PowerPoint Files Other  Blackboard
 Required Online Chat;
Times, Dates and frequency of Online Chat Sessions:
Tests will be online.
 On-Campus or ITV(KTLN) meetings:
Times, Dates:
Students must have access to the Internet. Students must use Mozilla Firefox to take online tests. A free download is available at http://www.mozilla.com
 Printed Textbooks:
Mertler, Craig A. (2012). Action Research: Improving Schools and Empowering Educators, (3rd Edition).Sage Publications: Thousand Oaks, CA.

Pan, M. Ling (2008). Preparing Literature Reviews, (3rd Edition). Pyrczak Publishing: Glendale, CA 91225.

Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th edition (2010) Washington, D.C.
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