Explain why that your strategy makes sense and how it will answer your questions.

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Dec 1, 2021

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Make sure your chosen article has been approved before you begin this assignment (this is the same article that you used for the summary). Unapproved articles will receive zero points (absolutely no exceptions). Students are responsible for making sure they have met this requirement.
Length and Formatting
3.5 – 6 pages (not counting the title and reference pages)
APA 7th edition format (you do not need an Abstract)
Content
The Proposal/Implementation should be based on your the journal article, implementable in your workplace, and have the following sections:
The Introduction should include your own research questions or hypotheses, the important empirical and theoretical background information (pull from your article), and the rationale for your study (e.g., how would this improve your workplace?).
Note: Make sure you use the past tense and are clear when you are referring to something the authors did, said, or included. (Correct: “The authors discussed prior research that found self-concept predicted nursing self-efficacy.” Incorrect: “Research suggests self-concept predicts nursing self-efficacy.”)
The Methods section should include the research design and intervention, the sampling approach and sample characteristics, and the main variables and how they were measured. For the intervention section, describe how you will create the change to make a difference in your variables of interest.
Note: Although you should specify your research design, this may be beyond what we have learned in this class. You are not expected to go into great detail. However, you do need to understand the what type of design you should use for your study. I am happy to talk through this portion of your article with you.
In Data Analysis section, choose a data analysis strategy to answer your research questions affectively. This includes picking a statistical analysis that is appropriate based on your variables and questions. Explain why that your strategy makes sense and how it will answer your questions.
Rely first and foremost on the assignment instructions and grading rubric (included below).
Similarity Check and Submission
You MUST submit your critique of the article through the appropriate “Turn It In” link included below. Turn It In is a reference check system that evaluates the similarity between your work and other works to help monitor and avoid plagiarism. Your submission MUST have a similarly index of no more than 25% in order to receive credit for the assignment. (Note: The higher the percentage, the more your work is similar to and potentially copied from other works.) It is up to you to check and make sure that your similarity index does not exceed this threshold. You may edit and resubmit multiple times prior to the due date. If your final submission has a similarity index of greater than 25%, a grade of 0 will be automatically assigned.
Evaluation Assignment: Proposal
Evaluation Assignment: Proposal
Criteria Ratings Pts
Introduction – Purpose, Literature Review, and Rational
10 to >8 pts
Exemplary
Student provides an accurate and detailed summary of the research questions and/or hypotheses, literature review in the article, and rationale for their study.
8 to >6 pts
Average
Student provides research questions and/or hypotheses, a literature review, and a rationale given for the study, but details are lacking.
6 to >0 pts
Emerging
Purpose and rationale of the study is either incomplete or inaccurate
/ 10 pts
Methods – Study Design/Intevention
7.5 to >6 pts
Exemplary
The study design is explicitly and accurately stated, using the language of the course. Primary independent and dependent variables are noted. Additionally the intervention/method for change is accurately described
6 to >4.5 pts
Average
The study design is accurately stated. Primary independent and dependent variables are noted. Intervention is mentioned.
4.5 to >0 pts
Emerging
The study design is inaccurately stated. Primary independent and/or dependent variables are not noted. No intervention/method of change discussed
/ 7.5 pts
Methods – Sampling Procedure and Population of Interest
7.5 to >6 pts
Exemplary
The sampling approach proposed in the study is explicitly and accurately stated. The population of interest is accurately described and makes sense given the study the student wishes to implement
6 to >4.5 pts
Average
The sampling approach proposed in the study is accurately stated. Most aspects of the population of interest are accurately described.
4.5 to >0 pts
Emerging
The sampling approach proposed in the study inaccurately stated. And/or the population of interest is inaccurately described.
/ 7.5 pts
Methods – Data Collection and Measurement Procedures
7.5 to >6 pts
Exemplary
The data collection procedures and measures proposed in the study are accurately summarized, including any evidence of score reliability or validity for the measures used to measure independent and dependent variables.
6 to >4.5 pts
Average
The summaries of the data collection procedures and measures proposed in the study are mostly accurate.
4.5 to >0 pts
Emerging
The data collection procedures and measures proposed in the study are inaccurately summarized and/or evidence of score reliability or validity reported is not included.
/ 7.5 pts
Data Analysis Plan
25 to >20 pts
Exemplary
Student accurately proposes a data analysis strategy to answer the questions proposed in the study including appropriate statistical tests given the variables they are proposing to study
20 to >15 pts
Average
Student proposes a data analysis strategy to answer the questions proposed in the study; however, the statistical tests are inappropriate given the variables they are proposing to study
15 to >0 pts
Emerging
Data analysis strategy and statistical tests are inappropriate for their research questions
/ 25 pts
APA, Mechanics, and Organization
2.5 to >2 pts
Exemplary
Paper is 3.5 to 6 pages. Paper is correctly formatted in APA style, including headings, references, and in-text citations. Writing is clear and free of spelling and grammatical errors.
2 to >1.5 pts
Average
Paper is 2 to 3.5 pages. Paper has fewer than five APA errors. Writing is clear and has fewer than five spelling and grammatical errors.
1.5 to >0 pts
Emerging
Paper is less than 2 pages. Paper is incorrectly formatted in APA style having more than five APA errors. Writing is unclear and has more than five spelling and grammatical errors.
/ 2.5 pts
Total Points: 0
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