540 Teaching Research Successfully

Saturday, April 5, 2014: 10:15 AM-11:30 AM
Convention Center: 124
Physical Education: Professional Preparation/Post-Secondary
Intended Audience: Post Secondary Instructor/Faculty
Speakers: Jennifer M. Beller, Washington State University, Pullman, WA; and Sharon K. Stoll, University of Idaho, Moscow, ID
Teaching research is difficult. The expectation today is for research classes to stimulate research products. Unfortunately, most research classes are based on a survey design which struggles to inspire research products. The purpose of this session is to offer tips, tricks, and methods to bring research to fruition. The session presenters have 60 years of combined experience in mentoring students to research publication. Session participants will leave with practical applications to help students produce research. (CEU)
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