by Nikischer Course Announcements
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Tags: Discussion, draft literature review, research journal entry
Hello Everyone, Thank you for a terrific discussion during Week #10. I truly enjoyed sharing my research work with you. I was so impressed by your excellent questions about “Walking the Methodological Tightrope” and for our discussion about the text Speed Bumps. You did such a wonderful job on the discussions board. I can’t tell you enough how much I appreciate it, and how happy I was to be able to share some of my work with you. All of your draft literature reviews have been scored and returned, so please be sure to take a look at the detailed feedback that I provided in your documents and feel free to contact me at any time with questions and concerns. Some of you gave me a lot information to work with and I gave you as much feedback on that as I could. Others of you did not give me back as much information and so I want to give everyone particularly, those of you who didn’t give me as much information, the opportunity to upload any documents you will like me to review in this week’s research journal entry. The research journal is currently set up so that we can have a conversation about any outstanding questions you may have about your literature review and also so that we can talk about what hypothetical research model you will be proposing in your presentation. But, you are also welcome to upload your current draft of your literature review if you would like additional feedback. If you do upload a more current draft, please let me know what you have changed so that I can respond accordingly. Next week we will be finishing our discussion of research methods. We will be talking about mixed methods research, participatory action research (PAR) and we’ll also be talking about two non-empirical forms of research and we will be reading articles by our own chair Dr. Susan Birden. Dr. Birden has also generously made an audio clip for us describing what type of processes of research that she conducts and the audio tape is really interesting and it is available in Week #11. Next week, in addition to our discussion, you will be completing your literature review and project presentation materials and during Week #12 you’ll begin our project presentations. I really look at project presentations as an additional form of learning in this course- we’ll be learning with and from each other and engaging in a bit of peer review. I hope you all are open to the process! I think it is going to be incredibly valuable. As always, I have office hours next week on Tuesday and Wednesday and you are welcome to contact me at any time to set up an alternative time to meet. The “Ask the Instructor” discussion board is open, so feel free to post questions and have a terrific weekend. Thanks everyone!
Interview with Lewis Ludlum (St Jo's Captain) and his parents and Coach Peter Engledow.
Interview with Lewis Ludlum (Capt), and coach Peter Engledow.
by GameFace Weekly Presents: The Baseline
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Tags: NBA, SPORTS, BASKETBALL
The SouthWest Division can easily be argued as one of the toughest and most talent heavy of all the divisions of the NBA. Cal Lee and Warren Shaw probe further into 5 teams who have the pedigree and personnel to make a run for the Western Conference Finals. 1) Do the Spurs have the Horses to maintain their level of dominance in this division? 2) With the loss of Lionel Hollins running the show, can Dave Joerger help the Memphis Grizzlies duplicate their impressive run from last year? 3) Now that Houston has their "RocketMan", is the tandem of Harden,Howard & Parsons the new "SuperTeam" of the division? 4) After an injury-riddled season of mediocrity and a quiet offseason, can the Dallas Mavericks bounce back and keep up with rest of the SouthWest? 5) The team formerly known as the Pelicans made some major offseason moves, and their Youth Movement is in tact, but can their young studs grow quickly into thoroughbreds by seasons end? We answer it all on The BASELINE.
by Paul Curtman
Tags: Constitution Liberty Conservative Government
Through the Freedom of Information Act, documents were obtained from the Department of Defense, which labeled the Founding Fathers as extremists and states, “participation in extremism is inconsistent with the duties of military service.” The documents further state, “Nowadays, instead of dressing in sheets or publicly espousing hate messages, many extremists will talk of individual liberties, states’ rights, and how to make the world a better...