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ED569 Studying Human Development, Counseling, and Education in Context: Advances in Design and Method

Focuses on understanding, evaluating and designing research that uses complex longitudinal designs and advanced quantitative methods in order to take into account both individual and group change over time, contextual influences on development that change over time, and variation across multiple data collection sites. Covers the integration of quantitative research with community-based participatory research principles. The focus of the class is on matching research questions to designs and methods of analysis. It is not designed to teach students to perform statistical analyses directly; however, students will emerge with the ability to interpret advanced statistics commonly encountered in human development articles and conference presentations.

Credits: 3
Offered: Spring (even)
Prerequisites: [ED 506, ED 504]
Restrictions: None
Instructors: S. Sörensen
ED 569 Studying Human Development, Counseling, and Education in Context: Advances in Design and Method course information is subject to change, please check the latest schedule.