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Removing the Mysteries of Research Proposals: A Review of Steven. R. Terrell’s Writing a Proposal for your Dissertation: Guidelines and Examples
Close your eyes and reflect on that first moment you entered a research or content-based course and discovered that you would be writing and presenting a research proposal to a researcher to ask for assistance on conducting a study that would solve a current curriculum issue or increase student achievement. Terrell’s (2016) book provides the knowledge and skills students need in an introductory research course, a research proposal course, or a content course that embeds research. Terrell guides students through their proposal and provides samples for students to review and apply to their work.
Dissertation, Mixed Methods Research Designs, Research Proposal, Review of Literature, Qualitative Research Methods, Quantitative Research Methods, Curriculum, College Course
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Rogers, R. H. (2020). Removing the Mysteries of Research Proposals: A Review of Steven. R. Terrell’s Writing a Proposal for your Dissertation: Guidelines and Examples. The Qualitative Report, 25(6), 1672-1675. https://doi.org/10.46743/2160-3715/2020.4720
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