These are the student blogs Dr. Wibberly will facilitate.

If someone were to ask me what I learned in this course, I would tell them I learned the value of technology and how it can make life better or more complicated. I also learned that research is a highly...… Read More
This blog is a self-assessment. Use these prompts to help describe your learning process. What did you learn by being active in this course? How much did you know about research before we started? Did working with an interdisciplinary group interested in all forms of Social Research enhance your learning? Did you do your work the […]… Read More
This blog is a self-assessment. Use these prompts to help describe your learning process. What did you learn by being active in this course? By...… Read More
What did you learn by being active in this course? How much did you know about research before we started? Did working with an interdisciplinary group interested in all forms of Social Research enhance your learning? Did you do your work the way other people did theirs? Did conversation during collaboration strengthen your learning? What […]… Read More
This blog is a self-assessment. Use these prompts to help describe your learning process. What did you learn by being active in this course? By being active in this course, I learned that I am able to learn a great deal from an online course. In my past online class experiences, it was difficult to […]… Read More
  This blog is a self-assessment. Use these prompts to help describe your learning process. What did you learn by being active in this course? How much did you know about research before we started? Did working with an interdisciplinary group interested in all forms of Social Research enhance your learning? Did you do your work … Continue reading Congrats! we did it ! Read More
This blog is a self-assessment. Use these prompts to help describe your learning process. What did you learn by being active in this course? How much did you know about research before we started? Did working with an interdisciplinary group interested in all forms of Social Research enhance your learning? Did you do your work the … Continue reading Last blog: Self-assessment Read More
This blog is a self-assessment. Use these prompts to help describe your learning process. What did you learn by being active in this course? How much did you know about research before we started? Did working with an interdisciplinary group interested in all forms of Social Research enhance your learning? Did you do your work the […]… Read More
This blog is a self-assessment. Use these prompts to help describe your learning process. What did you learn by being active in this course? How much did you know about research before we started? Did working with an interdisciplinary group interested in all forms of Social Research enhance your learning? Did you do your work the … Continue reading Crossing the finish line! Read More
      The Effectiveness of Music Therapy on People Diagnosed with Dementia Manika Avasthi, Valerie Beiring, Amanda Deane, Melanie Mason, & La’tisha Roberson Virginia...… Read More
(Seletra Sutherland) Conducting quality research is hard work. As a matter fact, simply designing a quality research PROPOSAL is hard! Before I took this course, I had no idea about the background work involved in gathering information by reviewing current literature, considering the gaps in existing knowledge, designing the quantitative and qualitative research questions, data colleting, […]… Read More
My motto for learning is that,“Learning is not a spectator sport.” (Chickering and Gamson, 1987) It requires active engagement. Active engagement involves student feeling empowered and taking ownership of one’s own learning. Prior to starting this course, my knowledge of research was confined to incorporating qualitative research methods in the semester class projects. Working with … Continue reading Self Assessment: Learning Is Not a Spectator Sport Read More
  (Seletra Sutherland)  “Bullying can threaten students’ physical and emotional safety at school and can negatively impact their ability to learn. The best way to address bullying is to stop it before it starts. There are a number of things school staff can do to make schools safer and prevent bullying.” Posted on StopBullying.gov StopBullying.gov lists […]… Read More
CHOICE is an after school program in California geared toward substance abuse and alcoholism that started in the mid-2000s. While it is only a 30-min program 5-days a week, it aims at discussing beliefs, benefits, and risky situations so that...… Read More
As you think about all the many types of public/social programs there are out there (literacy, teen pregnancy prevention, delinquency prevention, wellness, etc.), which ones do you know have actually undergone a rigorous program evaluation and have demonstrable outcomes? Which ones do you feel have not been adequately evaluated and need to have some greater […]… Read More
As you think about all the many types of public/social programs there are out there (literacy, teen pregnancy prevention, delinquency prevention, wellness, etc.), which ones do you know have actually undergone a rigorous program evaluation and have demonstrable outcomes? Which ones do you feel have not been adequately evaluated and need to have some greater […]… Read More
As you think about all the many types of public/social programs there are out there (literacy, teen pregnancy prevention, delinquency prevention, wellness, etc.), which ones...… Read More
  I have never researched the topic of the effectiveness of social programs, but from what i have heard through friends, family and peers is that most are ineffective.  In trying to find legitimate sources i found evidencebasedprograms.org. It is a non profit organization that researches interventions to ensure effectiveness.   “This site seeks to identify … Continue reading Social evaluation Read More
As you think about all the many types of public/social programs there are out there (literacy, teen pregnancy prevention, delinquency prevention, wellness, etc.), which ones do you know have actually undergone a rigorous program evaluation and have demonstrable outcomes? Which ones do you feel have not been adequately evaluated and need to have some greater […]… Read More

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