AED5001 - Education Research Design and Methods
Students enrolled in EMED Master of Education, EGED Graduate Diploma in Education, ETED Graduate Certificate in Education must also have completed EED6001 Contemporary Issues in Education and Training, and two units from the Core Units. Students enrolled in AMEB must have completed 96 credit points prior to enrolling in AED6001 Students enrolled in EMED must have completed 144 credit points prior to enrolling in AED6001 Students enrolled in AMTL must have completed AED5001 Education Research Design and Methods with a Distinction or higher grade, and have completed an accredited Graduate Diploma in TESOL or equivalent. Students enrolled in EMTP and EMTS and EMTL must have completed AED5001 Education Research Design and Methods.
|1.||Work collaboratively and ethically in conducting research and communicating research outcomes;|
|2.||Conduct a substantial independent research project under supervision with a high level of personal autonomy and accountability;|
|3.||Critically review relevant and current principal scholarly literature/s relating to the thesis topic;|
|4.||Interrogate and challenge complex information, and synthesise a range of conceptual and empirical materials to draw defensible conclusions;|
|5.||Authoritatively and effectively communicate structured, coherent ideas in a sustained written composition (or a negotiated alternative if choosing a creative work option) at a standard acceptable for academic peer review; and|
|6.||Respond to feedback on their work, and show the capacity to engage in an academic discourse.|
|Thesis||Minor thesis (15-20,000 words)||Pass/Fail|
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