Article Analysis: Engaging Stakeholders

Assignment one, which is what pages 3-12 are based on. Pages 3-12 will only use 2 sources. You may use any of the 2 sources from Assignment 1. Pages 1 and 2 will use up the other 10 sources. You may use the sources from Assignment 1 or find your own. Sources should be recent, preferably American.
ASSIGNMENT 2: PART 1: page 1 Engaging Stakeholders. Why should educators engage stakeholders? How do other professions engage stakeholders?
By way of example, does a pilot ask his passengers how to land a plane or does a surgeon ask the patient how to conduct an intricate surgery? What are educators’ responsibilities to stakeholders? How has this changed over time? Why? Address this in terms of generational change. React to:http://www2.ed.gov/programs/readingfirst/support/stakeholderlores.pdf page 2
Post 5: Rising Standards for Eligibility/ Increased Accountability. What is the ultimate goal of increasing accountability in the teaching profession? How has credentialing changed over time? React to:http://www.nctq.org/p/ . (Application, Research, Problem Solving, Ethics) 2 points PART 2: Pages 3-12 (10 pages)
CRITICAL APPROACH TO THE TRADITIONAL PEER REVIEWED ARTICLE (Knowledge; Application; Research; Problem Solving; Ethics) Using the same topic from Assignment 1, implement a critical approach to the traditional peer reviewed article. Select two articles utilizing a qualitative, quantitative, or mixed methods approach to answer a research question grounded in the context of educational history.
For methodological comparison and contrast, each article must represent a different tradition. Your analysis should include the following:
(a) brief background and the 7 chosen study’s significance related to the topic;
(b) repetition or recitation of multiple research questions;
(c) a statement of the research tradition, mentioned in brief;
(d) analysis of sampling procedures or relevant data collection methods;
(e) a critique of data analysis techniques;
(f) an analysis of the findings or conclusions with a focus on any gaps or limitation;, and (g) conjecture as to implications for further study.
As you engage in close reading, a consistent structure within the peer reviewed context should emerge.
Typically, chosen articles should include the following components, though labels may vary: Title Abstract Introduction Literature Review Methodology Findings/ Results Conclusion References This paper should be approximately 10 pages of original writing, approximately 5 pages per article. Please see the rubric below. Rubric
CRITICAL APPROACH TO THE TRADITIONAL PEER REVIEWED ARTICLE (Knowledge; Application; Research; Problem Solving; Ethics)
Possible Points Background and Significance / Selected Literature Review
The information presented was gathered using a recent, and research-based source. The information establishes a coherent narrative, based on the historical evolution of a topic significant to the history of educational research.
2 Topic / Research Question The critique addresses the design structure of the research questions and findings in either the quantitative, qualitative, or mixed methods approaches.
1 Flow The paper flows from general ideas to specific conclusions. Transitions tie sections together, and the narrative flows smoothly from one section to the next. The critique is well-organized and demonstrates logical sequencing and structure.
1 Synthesis The critique concludes with a strong summary or closing statement as to what needs to be further explored. The student was able to make succinct and precise conclusions in connection to the research problem based on the article reviewed.
1 Critique of Research Design The research design section includes a description of the research design and approach, provides a critique or appropriate justification for using the design, and derives logically from the research problem and questions.
1 Critique of Sampling Methods A detailed summary of sampling procedures with a rationale for their use is included. A description of the population and of the target sample is presented.
1 Critique of Data Analysis Techniques Discussion and critique of data analysis strategy as it relates to the research methodology in the study is clear and concise.
1 Writing Language conventions and grammar and style are within expectations for a technical report with appropriate APA style. References matched the citations, and all were in APA format.

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