AMERICAN PUBLIC UNIVERSITY SYSTEM Charles Town, West Virginia PROPOSAL FOR LSTD 299 RESEARCH PAPER ASSOCIATES DEGREE IN PARALEGAL STUDIES AMERICAN PUBLIC UNIVERSITY SYSTEM SCHOOL OF SECURITY AND GLOBAL STUDIES LEGAL STUDIES & EMERGENCY AND DISASTER MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS BECKY DEKRUIFF 3112294 2017 I propose to the Legal Studies Associates Degree Capstone Professor a study of the following Topic, to be conducted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the paralegal Studies Associates Degree Program: Table of Contents Purpose Statement 2 Thesis Statement 2 Background 3-5 Significance of the Study 6 Conclusion 6-7 Purpose Statement My purpose of this research paper is to argue whether the act of searching a vehicle
(2006) used a Clinical Teaching Experience Questionnaire (CTPQ) to evaluate students’ (peer learner) perception about PAL in clinical teaching. The CTPQ was a 10-item questionnaire which rate from a 5-point Likert scale ranging from strongly agree to strongly disagree. In 2011, McKenna & French investigated effectiveness of PAL in undergraduate nursing student by using the CTPQ and another questionnaire named Peer Teaching Experience Questionnaire (PTEQ) that consist of 14-statement. The authors adapted the PTEQ from Iwasiw & Goldenberg (1993) to evaluate the experience of students as the peer leader. PTEQ had adequate reliability among undergraduate nursing students (William et al.
CRT acknowledges that those in student development must “consider their own race and its intersections with other social identities […] as well as the social identities of research participants” (Patton et al., 2016, p. 28). When I taught the course, I simply assumed my knowledge sets were their knowledge sets. My backgrounds were their backgrounds. However, I have come to learn one’s identities influence their lived experiences and beliefs about the world. As an educator, I cannot think of students’ “identity dimension[s] exist[ing] independently and thus [being] understood singularly” (Torres et al., 2009, p. 586).
Since my interest in both conventional and enterprising were both quite high, I could enjoy many different types of work environments and functions. The highest ranked interest was investigative and I agree that I am a thinker above all else and would love to have a career that allows me to analyze and research
Christopher Columbus Langdell analyzed the scientific method and presumed it to be living, inductive, and classificatory in its prominence. He believed students would obtain growth by combining experiences of the word with their legal education. In addition, he believed that law was a science that could be minimized to principles rooted in court decisions which accrued changes over time. Langdell decided to use the case method which explained his teaching mechanisms by using case law and the Socratic Method to educate students in law school. As a result, Langdell implemented that students would use lecture based instruction and casebooks instead of textbooks to better dissect cases and appellate court decisions.
3.3.7 Semi – structured interviews This interview method of research is used to gather focused, qualitative textual data. A semi structured interview is open-ended, allowing new ideas to be freely exercised by the researcher during the interview process as a result of what the interviewee says. The interviewer in a semi-structured interview generally has a framework of themes to be explored. (Wikipedia, n.d) A semi- structured interview is a meeting in which the interviewer does not strictly follow a formalized list of questions. They will ask more open ended questions, allowing for a discussion with the interviewee rather than a straightforward question and answer format.
Published in Pertanika, a social science journal, the article is primarily geared towards Indian University experts; however, much can be learned by U.S. administrators in intertwining the social sciences and STEM fields. As opposed to suggesting a separate focus on humanities like educators in Cohen’s article did, Sarkar proposes a mixture of important themes to be incorporated in engineering education. In BTHS, not everyone has the opportunity to take humanities courses such as sociology or psychology. Students who are in engineering majors, typically only take the required English and Social Studies courses. Incorporating lessons from humanities into engineering classes at Tech is an idea that will allow students to be more well-rounded, and demonstrate to students the importance of social science
Well, I am going to try to answer this question through deepen about myself, and maybe, I will die trying. However, it could be cool to respond it. I believe that the best option is to perform a retrospective about my university career. During undergraduate studies, I had the opportunity to know certain characteristic about me, and teachers who were raised up my interest
Breaking down the History of the hypothesis, its authentic connection and milestone investigations of the key analysts, this paper will talk about the hypothesis' key ideas and look at its significance by analyzing to the past speculations. THEORY HISTORY Abraham Maslow majored in Psychology while learning at University of Wisconsin. His essential objective was social value and common sense, in this manner he chose to approach the mental examination in an entirely different manner (Emrich "Abraham Maslow"). As a brain science educator at Brooklyn College, Maslow attempted to comprehend and clarify all human inspiration by joining existing ways to deal with inspirations, for example, Freudian, Adlerian, behaviorist, and intellectual gestalt into one novel hypothesis. In 1932 a scientist named Walter Cannon in his work called Self-regulation in Animals thought of the term homeostasis which was the cutting edge word for natural self-regulation (Hagen).
The paradigm of my inquiry is primarily qualitative. As a researcher I listened to informants at all levels both in the academia and the business sector in an attempt to build a picture based on their perception of the fundraising reality. For this I employed the constructivist approach in the sense used by Lincoln and Guba (Lincoln and Guba, 1985) by assembling a puzzle from the pieces presented by the subjects as understood by me as a researcher. 'Constructivism departs from the basic tenet that reality is socially constructed' (Robson 2002:27) and not ‘out there’ waiting to be ‘discovered’. The methodological assumption is that of an emerging research design where the categories are not pre-defined but rather identified during the research
The ability to research a potential rule requires significant resources – time, money, information and expertise (Murphy, 2012). Having substantial resources provides a great advantage for interest groups. They can utilize media to express their opinion and sway policymakers. They have the ability to hire professional staff that can dedicate time and effort to the regulatory work involved with the rulemaking process. This allows them to seek professionals with great experience (Natow, 2015, p. 377).
In the article “Driving Economic Diversity” by Matt Zalaznick, several colleges/universities were highlighted that are taking unique approaches to help minority. Several college and university campuses are partnering locally and using new ideas to diversify campus suppliers. Kent State University in Ohio, Community College of Allegheny County in Pittsburgh, Metropolitan Community College in Kansas City Missouri and Drexel University in Philadelphia were highlighted in the article. Veronica Cook-Euell serves as the manager of the Kent State Supplier Diversity Program. Her program is using technology and has developed an online database that lists diverse suppliers.
The essays I have chosen to revise are the Causal Argument and the Proposal Essay. I have chosen the Causal Argument and the Proposal Essay to show the improvements I made from one essay to the other. I will also use the comments and suggestions given to me by my professor on the original essays to help guide the two essays that I have chosen to revise. The reason I have chosen the Causal Argument and the Proposal Essay was to show the weaknesses and the strengths at the point of turning in these essays. For example, the weaknesses I had on the Causal Argument was following the guidelines of what the essay was supposed to be written on, clearly communicate my ideas and logically organize my supporting details.