Research Proposal

Research Proposal

Assignment Parameters This is the Key Assignment for LLO 2.1 Writing and LLO 6.2 Inquiry Mid-Level and will evaluate the student’s ability to write effectively for a variety of audiences and purposes and engage in inquiry as an application solve specific problems. This assignment will be evaluated using the attached rubrics (see Appendix). Student will compose a research proposal for a potential research project. The proposal will address all of the elements outlined in Appendix A of the textbook (see Appendix C for an example proposal), include a sample Request for Review submission to UC Institutional Review Board (IRB), and an example of a data collection tool along with instructions for its use. The proposal should be 12-15 pages in length, double-spaced, include a title page, and conform to APA style and formatting. Students will submit a draft of their proposal to their facilitator no later than Seminar 6 of the course to ensure adequate and timely feedback. Papers will be evaluated on the following specific criteria, as well as the general criteria for papers in the BSOL Learning Guide. Submit assignment to Chalk and Wire. The student must achieve a 3 on the rubric to receive LLO credit and pass the assignment. 20 Revised OCT 2017 ORGL 408 Action Research – ORGL Version

Key Assignment Rubric ORGL 408 Action Research – ORGL Version Insufficient (1) Emerging (2) Acceptable (3) Proficient (4) Exemplary (5) Score Learning Outcomes The proposal effectively shows access and utilization of resources for result and evidences awareness of system dynamics for diverse stakeholders. The proposal reviews possible venues and capacities for resource activation and balances a systems perspective with stakeholder priorities. The student’s submission does not meet the expected criteria. The student meets the expected criteria at least once. The student meets the expected criteria some of the time. The student meets the expected criteria most of the time. The student consistently meets the expected criteria. Application Proposal incorporates organizational metrics into consideration of research construction, analysis, and use for distinct organizations, as well as industry-wide impact. The student’s submission does not meet the expected criteria. The student meets the expected criteria at least once. The student meets the expected criteria some of the time. The student meets the expected criteria most of the time. The student consistently meets the expected criteria. Leadership Development The proposal shows student’s maturing leadership skills and knowledge (such as concepts and skills from previous coursework and experience) as applied to the action research methodology. The student’s submission does not meet the expected criteria. The student meets the expected criteria at least once. The student meets the expected criteria some of the time. The student meets the expected criteria most of the time. The student consistently meets the expected criteria. Integration Proposal integrates the theory and practice of action research to form an intriguing and useful research project for the student and stakeholders The student’s submission does not meet the expected criteria. The student meets the expected criteria at least once. The student meets the expected criteria some of the time. The student meets the expected criteria most of the time. The student consistently meets the expected criteria. • Proposal Elements The proposal contains the following elements: • • All elements identified in Appendix A of Action Research text Sample IRBsubmission Example of data collection tool with instructions The student’s submission does not meet the expected criteria. The student meets the expected criteria at least once. The student meets the expected criteria some of the time. The student meets the expected criteria most of the time. The student consistently meets the expected criteria

 

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