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reports, measurement and interpretation of statistics, types of research and planning a research project. Emphasis will be on enabling the practicing professional to evaluate and implement research effectively and ethically. (3 s.h.) EDU 587 Technology Planning and Implementation (Formerly EDU 574) Students will design, implement and evaluate a technology project that will benefit the faculty and/or students in their school or school district. In this course, students will engage in the process of completing a school technology project required for degree completion. Special note: This capstone course continues throughout a full school year. Students register for the two-credit course in the fall semester and again in the spring semester. Credits are repeatable. (4 s.h., two earned each semester) Prerequisite: EDU 585. EDU 588 Practicum: Qualitative Inquiry in Literacy Learning (Formerly EDU 598) The practicum Qualitative Inquiry in Literacy Learning (QuILL) provides opportunities for students to engage in action research, a reflective process of problem solving during which reading specialists demonstrate their leadership in making curriculum decisions. Students will develop a qualitative action research study. The ensuing research will serve as a synthesis and capstone aligned to the International Reading Association Standards for Reading Professionals. Prerequisite: EDU 585 and EDU 558 K-12. Special note: The research project continues throughout a full school year. Students register for the two-credit course in the fall semester and again in the spring semester. Credits are repeatable. (4 s.h., two earned each semester) EDU 589 Practicum: Critical Issues Research Seminar/ Internship (Formerly EDU 592) This course provides students with information and a variety of experiences that will benefit them as new administrators. Students will complete a final leadership project based on the course information and their own research. A written document will be submitted, and students will make an oral presentation to an audience of their peers and selected others in a symposium format. Students will be evaluated on the basis of class participation and completion of assignments/ activity log in addition to the quality of their written and oral presentation. Special note: This capstone course continues throughout a full school year and includes 60 hours of internship experiences. Students register for the two-credit course in the fall semester and again in the spring semester. Credits are repeatable. (4 s.h., two earned each semester) Prerequisite: EDU 585. EDU 591 Special Topics Courses offered at irregular intervals, the topic of which is determined by student and faculty interest. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. (1-3 s.h.)

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UNIVERSITY OF SIOUX FALLS

master of education

2015-2017 USF Academic Catalog  
2015-2017 USF Academic Catalog  

2015-2017 academic catalog for the University of Sioux Falls.