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A research-based project will be developed based on information you obtain from various sources and applied to the project. This type of assignment may be new for you since you may be more familiar with a research paper and/or a research project. Unlike a research paper/project, you will not only search through resources such as books, magazines, and journals, but you will also apply the information you collect into the development of a project. The key component to the research-based project is application. For example: If your topic were Substitute Folders, you would conduct research to find related information such as needs of substitutes, tips for planning for substitutes, etc. After collecting and reviewing relevant information, you would create a substitute folder that incorporated the findings based on your research. Research-Based Project Requirements Overview The topic is your choice; however, it must be related to the field of education.A lesson plan or a unit may not be used as a project topic.A minimum of 10 sources must be used. Three of the 10 sources must provide biblical integration (i.e., P.R.A.I.S.E. by Beth Ackerman, Kingdom Living in Your Classroom by Joy D. McCullough, etc.).The completed project will be assessed using the rubric provided. Project-related assignments throughout the course will guide you through the development of the project and bring it to completion.
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EDUC 696
COURSE PROJECT INSTRUCTIONS
For purposes of EDUC 696, a research-based project will be developed based on information
you obtain from various sources and applied to the project. This type of assignment may be new
for you since you may be more familiar with a research paper and/or a research project. Unlike a
research paper/project, you will not only search through resources such as books, magazines, and
journals, but you will also apply the information you collect into the development of a project.
The key component to the research-based project is application.
For example: If your topic were Substitute Folders, you would conduct research to find related
information such as needs of substitutes, tips for planning for substitutes, etc. After collecting
and reviewing relevant information, you would create a substitute folder that incorporated the
findings based on your research.
Research-Based Project Requirements Overview





The topic is your choice; however, it must be related to the field of education.
A lesson plan or a unit may not be used as a project topic.
A minimum of 10 sources must be used. Three of the 10 sources must provide biblical
integration (i.e., P.R.A.I.S.E. by Beth Ackerman, Kingdom Living in Your Classroom by
Joy D. McCullough, etc.).
The completed project will be assessed using the rubric provided.
Project-related assignments throughout the course will guide you through the
development of the project and bring it to completion.
Proposal
The Proposal will be the first assignment to help you get started with the project. You will
choose a topic related to the field of education. Please note that each project must be a
research based project that contains at least 10 sources and has a clear Biblical Integration
aspect present also. You must select from one of the following topics (Unless instructor
approval is given on an alternative topic):
• A professional development plan for other teachers (PowerPoint)
• A Classroom Management Plan (should include classroom rules, classroom set
up/organization, philosophy, behavior plan, etc…).
• A New Faculty Handbook (Must create an original handbook)
• An Anti-Bullying Program for the School (Could include PowerPoint, website, etc…)
• A Website to promote an educational issue (ex: Special education resources for parents).
• A Substitute Folder
What is NOT acceptable:
1. Lesson plans and/or unit plans
2. A research paper or essay
3. Surveys and interviews are not allowed and should not be included in the project.
Once you have selected a topic for your project, you will develop and write a proposal
explaining what you plan to do for the project. The Proposal should be written using the
template provided and address the following:
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EDUC 696
1. Statement of Purpose: State what you plan to accomplish with your project.
2. Rationale: State why you chose this project topic. How does this project fit into the broad
area of education?
3. Research-Based: State what sorts of journal and/or article information you will use to
complete this project (i.e., what will you look for? What connection does your project
topic have to current issues? What current issues need to be addressed with your
topic? What issues do you perceive you will research?).
4. Projected Application: Explain how you plan to use your research once the project is
completed.
5. Description of the projected outcomes: State what you think will happen as a result of
completing this project. Keep it specific so that you can document whether or not it
occurs.
Course Project Check In Quiz
During Module/Week 4, you will complete and submit the Course Project Check In Quiz.
You are not expected to have the project completed at this point in the course but you should be
mostly done and be able to describe what you have done and state any questions to your
instructor that you have about the project before you submit it the next week.
Final Submission
During Module/Week 5, you will complete any remaining portion of the project and submit it.
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FINAL PROJECT GRADING RUBRIC
Criteria
Content 70%
The Topic of the
Project
(20 pts)
Relevance and
Benefit
(20 pts)
Research Based
Project
(20 pts)
Levels of Achievement
Advanced
Proficient
Developing
Not present
19 to 20 points
17 to 18 points
1 to 16 points
0 points
The project is clearly related
to the field of Education and
the meets the criteria of a
research based project.
The project is mostly related
to the field of Education and
is research based.
The topic does not relate to the
field of Education and / or the
project is not research based.
The element is not
addressed or submitted.
19 to 20 points
17 to 18 points
1 to 16 points
0 points
The project clearly relates to
the candidate’s current work
position or the position that
he/she is seeking. The
project will make a clear
beneficial impact to the
targeted audience for which
it was intended.
The project somewhat relates
to the candidate’s current
work position or the position
that he/she is seeking. The
project should be able to
make a beneficial impact on
the targeted audience but may
need more development.
It is not clear how the project
relates to the candidate’s work
position (or intended future
work position). It is not evident
how the project will benefit the
targeted audience for which it
was intended.
The element is not
addressed or submitted.
19 to 20 points
17 to 18 points
1 to 16 points
0 points
It is evident that the
candidate sought and used
multiple resources (including
journal articles, books,
websites, etc). to create the
project. The project
represents the most current
research and best practice
found in the literature.
It is evident that the candidate
sought and used multiple
resources (including journal
articles, books, websites, etc).
to create the project.
The candidate sought resources
but the resources should have
been more current and relevant.
The project should be refined to
show evidence of using better
resources and current
information.
The element is not
addressed or submitted.
Labor & Effort
(20 pts)
Differentiation
(20 pts)
Technology
(20 pts)
Quality and
Accuracy
(20 pts)
Structure 30%
Format and
Appearance
(20 pts)
19 to 20 points
17 to 18 points
1 to 16 points
0 points
It is evident that the project
represents the extensive labor
of a graduate student who
has had over a month to
create and refine the project.
It is evident that the project
represents the adequate labor
of a graduate student who has
had over a month to create
and refine the project.
The project does not appear to
have taken the adequate labor
needed of a graduate student
who has had a month to create
and refine the project.
The element is not
addressed or submitted.
19 to 20 points
17 to 18 points
1 to 16 points
0 points
The project shows extensive
evidence that the candidate
has made allowances for
differences in the ways that
faculty, students, etc. think,
work, and show what they
know and can do.
The project shows adequate
evidence that the candidate
has made allowances for
differences in the ways that
faculty, students, etc. think,
work, and show what they
know and can do.
The project does not show
adequate evidence that the
candidate has made allowances
for differences in the ways that
faculty, students, etc. think,
work, and show what they
know and can do.
The element is not
addressed or submitted.
19 to 20 points
17 to 18 points
1 to 16 points
0 points
The project highlights
current and innovative uses
of technology.
The project highlights an
adequate use of technology
for faculty, students, etc.
Technology is not utilized in an
effective manner.
The element is not
addressed or submitted.
19 to 20 points
17 to 18 points
1 to 16 points
0 points
The project is a professional,
quality product that displays
accurate content.
The project is a professional,
quality product that displays
less than two errors in
content.
The project needs improvement
in professionalism and quality
and displays three or more
errors in content.
The element is not
addressed or submitted.
Advanced
Proficient
Developing
Not present
19 to 20 points
17 to 18 points
1 to 16 points
0 points
The project is exemplary in
appearance and function.
The project is adequate in
appearance and function.
The project could be improved
in appearance and/or function.
8 or more grammar errors
evident.
Mechanics
(20 pts)
Sentence Structure
(20 pts)
Total
19 to 20 points
17 to 18 points
1 to 16 points
0 points
There are no grammar,
punctuation, capitalization,
or spelling errors.
There are 2 or 3 grammar,
punctuation, capitalization, or
spelling errors.
There are 4 to 7 grammar,
punctuation, capitalization, or
spelling errors.
8 or more grammar,
punctuation,
capitalization, or spelling
errors evident.
19 to 20 points
17 to 18 points
1 to 16 points
0 points
Sentence structure is overly
simple. Concepts and ideas in
the narrative are unclear. The
writing rambles and does not
represent the writing of a
graduate student.
The narrative is not
comprehendible.
Sentence structure uses a
Sentence structure mostly uses
variation of simple,
a variation of simple,
compound, complex, and
compound, complex, and
compound complex.
compound complex.
Narrative is flowing and
Narrative is competent and
competent and represents the
represents the writing of a
writing of a graduate student.
graduate student.
200

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