The Little Book: Conceptual Elements of Research
This book is a companion piece to research texts, intended to guide readers through a personal path of inquiry that will enable them to better understand the concepts and facts that go into planning, carrying out, and finalizing a research. This unique book asks readers to think about questions that are interesting to them and which stimulate their interest and curiosity,which, in turn, provides an opportunity to create new questions and to explore all aspects of their research. The Little Book provides succinct questions and invites pauses for reflections, designed to focus and expedite the research process so that your research experience will be rewarding and provide pathways for future research endeavors.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Preliminary Ideas Diagrams and Tools to Focus and Expedite Your Research
III Course Of Action
Appendices Checking Your Progress
Appendix A Researcher Checklist
Appendix B ResearcherMentor Checklist
About the Authors
Other editions - View all
affective curriculum Alfred North Whitehead Alvarez analyze and/or object(s answer your question(s asked begin Black Holes Bob Gowin Codebreaker concept words constructed Course of Action declare the worth educational worth enable evaluate events and/or objects events or objects facts Feedback given finding(s ﬁndings focus question guiding the inquiry happening idea or problem Ideal Value Question important Joseph D key concepts knowledge claims learning linking literature review one’s organize and write path of inquiry phase shown Plan/Strategy principles prior knowledge Problem/Situation proposition Q-5 Technique question expands Questions to Consider reﬂect relationships research design research investigation Research Phases research process research project research questions research report research topic Researcher Checklist resolution Review and Feedback Second Concept Map Sherlock Holmes signiﬁcant Student has submitted Study in Scarlet teacher Tennessee State University theory transformations unrealized possibilities value claims visual What’s World View worth or value write your research