Identify and discussion basic designs
Identify and discussion basic designs, corresponding or additional questions, analytical methods related to research questions, and limits on implications of findings (e.g., causal vs. relational)
Write a 3-4 page (not including the title and reference pages) paper
APA formatted paper with an introduction and conclusion.
APA headings for each section of the paper
At least 5 peer reviewed articles
Step 1: Research
Review the readings and video and research basic designs, corresponding questions, analytical methods related to research questions and limitation on implication of findings (causal vs relational).
You may want to base this research on your idea for your Capstone Project. Review the readings and video and do research on basic designs, corresponding questions, analytical methods related to research questions, and limitations on the implications of findings (causal vs relational).
You might want to use your idea for your Capstone Project as a starting point for this research.
Step 2: Consider
Related to the research questions and limitations on implications or findings (causal vs relational):
What are the basic research designs?
What are the corresponding or additional questions used?
What analytical methods are used?
Step 3: Write
Write a paper that addresses the questions above.
Step 4 Save and submit
When you have completed your assignment, save a copy for yourself in an easily accessible place and submit a copy to your instructor using the dropbox.
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Post Licensure BSN Assignment 9.2019
Post Licensure BSN Assignment 9.2019
Criteria Ratings Pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeIntentional Learning and Reflection
Identifies/addresses a relevant topic and a thesis that provides direction for the content that is engaging and thought provoking. The thesis clearly and concisely states the position, premise, or hypothesis and is consistently the focal point throughout the presentation. Demonstrates a sophisticated understanding and careful, critical analysis of the research topic and thesis (argument). Compares/contrasts perspectives, considers counter arguments or opposing positions, and draws original and thoughtful conclusions with future implications.
Identifies/addresses a relevant topic and a thesis that provides adequate direction for the content with some degree of interest for the reader. The thesis states the position, premise, or hypothesis, and is the focal point of the paper for the most part. Demonstrates an understanding and some critical analysis of the research topic and thesis (argument). Adequately compares/contrasts perspectives, counter-arguments, or opposing positions but broader connections and/or implications are not as thoroughly explored
Identifies a research topic but may be too broad in scope and/or the thesis is somewhat unclear and needs to be developed further. Focal point is not consistently maintained throughout the paper. Demonstrates general understanding with limited critical analysis of the research topic and thesis (argument). Summarizes perspectives, counter-arguments, or opposing positions.
Unsatisfactory – Beginning
Fails to identify a relevant research topic or is not clearly defined and/or the paper lacks focus throughout. Demonstrates a lack of understanding and inadequate analysis of the research topic and thesis. Analysis is superficial based on opinions and preferences rather than critical analysis.
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeDecision Making and Clinical Reasoning