ObjectivesIdentify and discussion basic designs, corresponding or additional questions, analytical methods related to research questions, and limits on implications of findings (e.g., causal vs. relational)DeliverablesWrite a 3-4 page (not including the title and reference pages) paperAPA formatted paper with an introduction and conclusion.APA headings for each section of the paperAt least 5 peer reviewed articlesStep 1: ResearchReview the readings and video and research basic designs, corresponding questions, analytical methods related to research questions and limitation on implication of findings (causal vs relational). You may want to base this research on your idea for your Capstone Project.Step 2: ConsiderRelated to the research questions and limitations on implications or findings (causal vs relational): What are the basic research designs?What are the corresponding or additional questions used?What analytical methods are used?Step 3: WriteWrite a paper that addresses the questions above.itle of paperThe introduction to the paper at least 4-5 sentences with at least one in-text citation and a fully stated purpose. Remember period comes after the citation.Research QuestionsThis section contains at least three research questions you would use for your capstone. … must be a bulleted list with a brief introduction.Basic Research DesignsThis section contains the basic types of research designs you plan to use for your research questions: descriptive research, quantitative or mixed method: experimental (pre, quasi, true), case studies, etc. … must be at least three to four fully formed paragraphs (at least 5 sentences in length). And include at least one in-text citation.Questions UsedThis section of the assignment contains all corresponding questions (what else do what to know besides what is in your initial Capstone questions) used with your basic designs…. must be at least one fully formed paragraph (at least 5 sentences in length).Analytical MethodsProvides the analytical methods you plan to use: data gathering, statistics used, research objectives, framework, patterns and connection, etc….. must be at least three fully formed paragraphs (at least 5 sentences in length). And include at least one in-text citation.3ConclusionThe conclusion to the paper is at least 5 sentences, summarizes at least 3 key points, and has one in-text citation. References- (put on own page)All references in alphabetical order, most within the last 5 years, at least 5 peer reviewed scholarly references. Be sure to follow 7th Ed. APA guide.Author, A. A. & Author B. B. (Date of publication). Title of page/document [Format description when necessary]. https://www.someaddress.com/full/url/Author, A. A., Author, B. B., & Author, C. C. (Year). Title of article. Title of Periodical, volume number (issue number), pages. https://doi.org/xx.xxx/yyyyAuthor, A. A. (Year of publication). Title of work: Capital letter also for subtitle. Publisher.RUBERICost Licensure BSN Assignment 9.2019Post Licensure BSN Assignment 9.2019CriteriaRatingsPtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeIntentional Learning and Reflection15 ptsExemplaryIdentifies/addresses a relevant topic and a thesis that provides direction for the content that is engaging and thought provoking. The thesis clearly and concisely states the position, premise, or hypothesis and is consistently the focal point throughout the presentation. Demonstrates a sophisticated understanding and careful, critical analysis of the research topic and thesis (argument). Compares/contrasts perspectives, considers counter arguments or opposing positions, and draws original and thoughtful conclusions with future implications.10 ptsAccomplishedIdentifies/addresses a relevant topic and a thesis that provides adequate direction for the content with some degree of interest for the reader. The thesis states the position, premise, or hypothesis, and is the focal point of the paper for the most part. Demonstrates an understanding and some critical analysis of the research topic and thesis (argument). Adequately compares/contrasts perspectives, counter-arguments, or opposing positions but broader connections and/or implications are not as thoroughly explored5 ptsDevelopingIdentifies a research topic but may be too broad in scope and/or the thesis is somewhat unclear and needs to be developed further. Focal point is not consistently maintained throughout the paper. Demonstrates general understanding with limited critical analysis of the research topic and thesis (argument). Summarizes perspectives, counter-arguments, or opposing positions.0 ptsUnsatisfactory – BeginningFails to identify a relevant research topic or is not clearly defined and/or the paper lacks focus throughout. Demonstrates a lack of understanding and inadequate analysis of the research topic and thesis. Analysis is superficial based on opinions and preferences rather than critical analysis.15 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeDecision Making and Clinical Reasoning15 ptsExemplaryProvides compelling and accurate evidence to support in-depth analysis to the central position beyond the required (2) research sources with at least 1 source from a periodical database. Research sources are highly relevant, accurate, recent (less than 5 years old) and reliable and add to the strength of the content.10 ptsAccomplishedProvides essential, accurate evidence to support the central position with the required (2) research sources including 1 source from a periodical database that are mostly relevant, accurate, recent (less than 5 years old) and reliable.5 ptsDevelopingProvides some evidence to support the central position with less than 2 acceptable research sources. Some sources may not be relevant, accurate, and reliable, greater than 5 years old and may not be from scholarly sources.0 ptsUnsatisfactory – BeginningLacks sufficient research sources to support the central position and/or, if included, are generally not relevant, accurate, or reliable. Contains numerous factual mistakes, omissions, or oversimplifications.15 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeOrganization & Presentation15 ptsExemplaryContent is effectively organized. Ideas are arranged logically, flows smoothly, with a strong progression of thought from paragraph to paragraph connecting to the central position. Includes all required components (introduction, body, conclusion, citations, references, etc.). For a slide presentation, the design, font size, style, and spacing are optimal for audience viewing10 ptsAccomplishedContent is adequately organized. Ideas are arranged reasonably with a progression of thought from paragraph to paragraph connecting to the central position. Includes required components of an introduction, body, and conclusion. For a slide presentation, one or more components of the design, font size, style, and spacing may be less than ideal for audience viewing.5 ptsDevelopingContent is somewhat organized. For a paper, occasionally ideas from paragraph to paragraph may not flow well and/or connect to the central position or be clear as a whole. May be missing a required component and/or components may be less than complete. For a slide presentation, multiple aspects of the design require further development for optimal audience viewing.0 ptsUnsatisfactory – BeginningContent lacks logical organization and impedes readers’ comprehension of ideas. For a paper, central position is rarely evident from paragraph to paragraph and/or the paper is missing multiple required components. For a slide presentation, the design lacks clarity for optimal viewing by an audience.15 ptsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeWriting and APA Formatting15 ptsExemplaryContent is well written and uses standard English characterized by elements of a strong writing style. Basically, free from grammar, punctuation, spelling, usage, or formatting errors. APA guidelines for formatting are consistently followed. Includes in-text citations and references that are written correctly.10 ptsAccomplishedContent shows above average writing style and clarity in writing using standard English. Minor errors in grammar, punctuation, spelling, usage, and/or formatting. APA guidelines for formatting are present. In-text citations are present but may not be complete or correctly formatted. References are written using correct APA format5 ptsDevelopingContent shows an average and/or casual writing style using standard English. Some errors in spelling, grammar, punctuation, and word usage. Use of APA guidelines are generally present, however are incorrectly formatted.0 ptsUnsatisfactory – BeginningContent shows a below average/poor writing style lacking in elements of appropriate standard English. Frequent errors in spelling, grammar, punctuation, and word usage. Lacks elements required in writing a formal APA paper: title page, references, in-text citations, headers.15 pts
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