If you have ever asked a question, wondered why something is as it is, or tried to understand an event, you have engaged in research. For this assignment, you will create the first part of your research paper. You should use the headings below for the sections of your paper.You will craft the framework of your research using the articles you collected and summarized from Assignment 1 and / or other articles you found that relate to your research topic. Assignments 2, 3, and 4 will all build on each other to create one comprehensive research paper. Each time you submit an assignment, your instructor will provide feedback that you can use moving forward with the other parts of the research paper.Write a seven to ten (7-10) page paper in which you: Introduction Section – Describe the: Introduction to your topic. Purpose of your research. Problem statement. Literature Review – Summarize the literature you collected related to your topic. (This will mainly be from Assignment 2.) Research Question – Identify the: Gap(s) in the literature. Research question or hypotheses of your topic. Proposed theory for your research. Include at least six (6) peer-reviewed articles related to your topic.Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements: Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must follow APA format. Check with your professor for any additional instructions. Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the student’s name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page are not included in the required assignment page length. Research Assignment Overview For this class, you will choose a research topic and design a 3-5 question survey to study that topic. This project is designed to give you an idea of how to conduct educational research, how to interpret those results, and how those results can be used to affect teaching methods, curriculum, school policy, and educational law. The core of your research project will be your research instrument, e.g. your survey. Surveys must collect data anonymously (i.e. they don’t ask for names or other information that can be used to identify someone) and be easily accessible such as through a web link. The following survey tools are listed in your book. You may also choose to use your own tool such as GoogleDocs to create a survey and collect data. Explore the tools below and see which one you like the best. All will require you to create an account but have free access for trial accounts and individual/limited use. KwikSurveys (www.kwiksurveys.com) Murvey (www.murvey.com) Qualtrics (www.qualtrics.com) QuestionPro (www.questionpro.com) SurveyMonkey (www.surveymonkey.com) Zoho Survey (www.zoho.com/survey) Zoomerang (www.zoomerang.com) You will need to have your survey tool selected and your survey questions written no later than week 7 so you can post it in week 8.
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