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This assignment invites you to create both an annotated bibliography to explore an area of education that interests you, as well as a summary piece that reflects upon the importance of findings. Please be sure to upload your file as a PDF file. 

Rubric

Annotated Bibliography v2021Annotated Bibliography v2021CriteriaRatingsPtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeResearch QuestionConcise and focussed research ques6on exploring causal rela6onship in educa6on.3 to >2.7 ptsExcellentexcellent thought-provoking research question that explores a causal relationship between two or more entities in education.2.7 to >2.3 ptsStrongstrong clear research question that explores a causal relationship between two or more entities in education.2.3 to >2.0 ptsGoodgood research question that explores a causal relationship in education; RQ elements could be somewhat clearer2 to >1.8 ptsSatisfactorysatisfactory research question that somewhat explores a causal relationship in education; more detail or clarity needed.1.8 to >0 ptsNeeds Workresearch question does not sufficiently explore a causal relationship in education; clearer variables need to be identified and contrasted.3 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeArticlesArticles selected from different peer-reviewed journals that explore different questions relevant to the research question by different authors published after 2005. The bibliography is properly (APA) formatted and includes DOI (or equivalent).4 to >3.7 ptsExcellentExcellent choice of articles that mostly adheres to being: published from two different peer-reviewed journals that explore different issues relevant to the RQ; written by different authors to offer a more balanced view; published after 2005. The bibliography is properly (APA) formatted, and includes DOI (or equivalent).3.7 to >3.3 ptsStrongStrong choice of articles that mainly adheres to being: published from two different peer-reviewed journals that explore different issues relevant to the RQ; written by different authors to offer a more balanced view; published after 2005. The bibliography is properly (APA) formatted, and includes DOI (or equivalent).3.3 to >2.9 ptsGoodGood choice of articles that generally adheres to being: published from two different peer-reviewed journals that explore different issues relevant to the RQ; written by different authors to offer a more balanced view; published after 2005. The bibliography is properly (APA) formatted, and includes DOI (or equivalent).2.9 to >2.5 ptsSatisfactorySatisfactory choice of articles that somewhat adheres to being: published from two different peer-reviewed journals that explore different issues relevant to the RQ; written by different authors to offer a more balanced view; published after 2005. The bibliography is properly (APA) formatted, and includes DOI (or equivalent).2.5 to >0 ptsNeeds WorkChoice of articles generally do not adhere to being: published from two different peer-reviewed journals that explore different issues relevant to the RQ; written by different authors to offer a more balanced view; published after 2005. The bibliography is properly (APA) formatted, and includes DOI (or equivalent).4 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeAnalysisAccurately & effectively identifies each article’s research question, explains the methodology used and summarizes the findings for each publication. Identifies meaningful limits to the study & offers good suggestions on ways to expand or extend this research. Explains the relevance of the findings to your overall research question5 to >4.5 ptsExcellentexcellent synopsis of each article’s methodology and findings; research question for each article is clearly identified; provides exceptional critique of each article’s benefits/limitations; ties findings of each article to pragmatic relevance within a specified educational context4.5 to >4.0 ptsStrongstrong synopsis of each article’s methodology and findings; research question for each article is clearly identified; provides strong critique of each article’s benefits/limitations; ties findings of each article to pragmatic relevance within a specified educational context4 to >3.5 ptsGoodgood synopsis of each article’s methodology and findings; research question for each article is fairly clearly identified; provides a respectable critique of each article’s benefits/limitations; generally ties findings of each article to pragmatic relevance within a specified educational context3.5 to >3.0 ptsSatisfactorysatisfactory synopsis of each article’s methodology and findings; research question for each article is somewhat identified; provides decent critique of each article’s benefits/limitations; somewhat ties findings of each article to pragmatic relevance within a specified educational context3 to >0 ptsNeeds Worksynopsis of each article’s methodology and findings needs work; research question for each article is somewhat identified; may or may not provide a basic critique of each article’s benefits/limitations; need to tie findings of each article to pragmatic relevance within a specified educational context5 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeReflectionConvincingly explains the importance of your research question and the implication of the articles’ findings to a particular community or education stakeholder. Outlines how these findings might inform educational practice(s) with specific examples in particular contexts.5 to >4.5 ptsExcellentexcellent synthesis of both articles’ findings using specific examples of their implication for educational praxis; a convincing explanation of the importance of the research questions to specific communities or stakeholders.4.5 to >4.0 ptsStrongStrong synthesis of both articles’ findings using some examples of their implication for educational praxis; a clear explanation of the relevance of research question for particular communities or stakeholders.4 to >3.5 ptsGoodA good synthesis of some of the findings with few examples of their implication for educational praxis; an explanation of why the research question might be of interest to particular communities or stakeholders.3.5 to >3.0 ptsSatisfactorySatisfactory overview of the findings and their implication for educational praxis accompanied by a general explanation of the importance of the research question.3 to >0 ptsNeeds WorkThe discussion and importance of the findings to education praxis needs work as does the explanation of the relevance of the research question5 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWriting MechanicsWriting is clear, concise and error-free. Formatting is effective and professional.3 to >2.7 ptsExcellentexcellent writing skills that reflect concise, succinct summaries and arguments; grammar and spelling follow traditional conventions and rules2.7 to >2.3 ptsStrongstrong writing skills that reflect concise, succinct summaries and arguments; grammar and spelling follow traditional conventions and rules2.3 to >2.0 ptsGoodgood writing skills that reflect fairly concise, succinct summaries and arguments; grammar and spelling generally follow traditional conventions and rules2 to >1.7 ptsSatisfactorysatisfactory writing skills that reflect somewhat concise, succinct summaries and arguments; grammar and spelling occasionally follow traditional conventions and rules1.7 to >0 ptsNeeds Workwriting skills concerning summaries, statements, and arguments need some work; grammar and spelling do not generally follow traditional conventions and rules3 pts
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ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY & SUMMARY Education is a broad and diverse field of study. You are asked to create an annotated bibliography of research that answers an educational-related question of your choice and explain its importance in a reflection piece. A good place to begin this process of exploring peer-reviewed papers related to your question is the Institute of Education Sciences website (http://eric.ed.gov) or other resources on UTM library resources. The following are the three components of your assignment.

1. Develop an education-related research question. All good research begins with a clearly crafted research question. This question should be concise (one sentence only), focussed (specific to a particular environment, community, phenomena) and seek to understand a causal relationship (between specific education-related variables). For example, you may wish to explore how class size in private schools affect test performance.

2. Create an annotated bibliography (~300 words an annotation): Annotated bibliographies provide an overview of research done on a particular topic. After reading through several research articles, select articles whose focus and findings differ from each other but are relevant to your research question. Your bibliography must consist of two peer-reviewed articles, published after 2005 by different authors in different journals. Both articles must explore different research questions that are relevant but not identical to your overall research question. None of the articles should be from our class reading list. Your bibliography must be properly formatted using APA formatting and include the DOI for each article (or a comparable link). For more information on how to create an annotated bibliography, visit the page http:// advice.writing.utoronto.ca/types-of-writing/annotated-bibliography/ When preparing your annotations, be sure to outline the research question, methodology and finding of each publication in your own words. Identify the limits of the study (sample selection, sizes, methodology etc.) and propose future research to address these limitations and/or expand on the research. Explain the relevance of each article to your overall research question.

3. Write a page reflection: In addition to your bibliography, you are asked to include a short reflection piece (about 200 words) that complements your annotated bibliography that explains why your larger research question merits study. You are asked to explain the importance and implication of all findings outlined in your annotated bibliography to a specific community or stakeholder group. Describe the practice(s) that are supported by the findings of the articles using specific example(s).

Department of Language Studies: Educa6on Studies EDS100H5: Introduc2on to Educa2on Studies

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Concise and focussed research ques6on exploring a causal rela6onship in educa6on. Annotated Bibliography

The ar6cles selected explore different aspects of the research ques6on published in different peer-reviewed journals by different authors (aFer 2005). Bibliography is properly (APA) formaNed and includes DOI or equivalent link. Annota6ons are accurate and effec6vely outlines the research ques6on, methodology, key findings and meaningful limits to the study. Each annota6on suggests ways to expand or extend this research to address iden6fied limita6ons. Each annota6on explains how research is relevant to the overall research ques6on.

Refec2on piece The wriNen reflec6on convincingly explains how the ar6cles’ findings (should) impact educa6on prac6ce, policy or legisla6on using specific examples in par6cular contexts. The wriNen response explains the importance of your proposed research ques6on to par6cular communi6es or stakeholders. Wri6ng is clear, concise and error-free. FormaXng is effec6ve and professional.

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