What are some concerns or questions still lingering as you put your Grant Proposal together? Share with the group any additional resources you may have found to help answer some of those questions.
A critical review evaluates the clarity, quality and originality of research, as well as its relevance and presentation. A good review carefully analyzes an article’s strengths and weaknesses before assessing its overall value. The purpose of the article review is to improve basic research skills and to allow you to become familiar with specific evaluation criteria for social science research and develop critical thinking skills.
As part of your initial post, conduct a search in the Library Resources. Locate an article related to the week‘s topic of discussions and lessons. The article should have been published within the last 5 years (2015-2019) and be scholarly and peer reviewed in nature.
So, when conducting a search in the Library Resources, you must limit the database search to “peer reviewed journals” only.
Your review of the article must be in your own words (150 words) and should include an assessment of the following:
Your article must be properly cited and referenced at the end of the submission. You must include a proper URL or DOI for the article. See Reference List from electronic sources or publications: Purdue OWL
Weekly reflections are intended to help you focus in on what you are learning (or not learning), identify issues or concerns on your mind, explore an idea more deeply, or in other ways enhance your learning about the course topics, yourself, and others. In your Reflection, address the following questions:
The best reflection follows a simple three step model: (1) describe the experience(s) objectively, (2) analyze the experience(s) in terms of the categories of service-learning objectives (personal, civic, academic), and (3) articulate (express) the learning that results. You will be evaluated in the following criteria:
Chapter topics to focus on are: