Step 1. Conduct
Conduct a literature review on 5 to 10 multimodal strategies relevant to your district and school’s data. Organize findings with the following headings: Purpose, Problem Statement, Literature Review, Methodology, Conclusion, References. Incorporate research on 5 to 10 multimodal strategies. The following are examples of strategies you may choose to include, along with others that are relevant to your district and/or school:

Cognitive Affective Theory of Learning with Media (CATLM)
Control Value Theory of Achievement Emotion
Least Restrictive Environment (LRE) initiative
Common Core State Standards (CCSS)
Technology-Enabled Simulation

Step 2. Design
Design an online survey to evaluate teacher perception on evidence-based and multimodal instructional strategies with diverse students based on your literature review findings. Include in the survey:

At least two questions on participant demographics (such as location, age, race, culture, grade taught);
Six to eight Likert-type items based on formative elements and criterion-referenced research, and
At least three open-ended items to gauge teacher perceptions.

Step 3. Disseminate
Disseminate the survey to collect data from at least three educators.

Step 4. Propose
Create an action research proposal by writing and organizing an APA-formatted paper according to the following outline:

Title Page

Action Research Purpose

Problem Statement

Literature Review Findings


Describe the quantitative data you will collect.

Participants – demographic data, grade level, other information.

Materials – technology tool, program, spreadsheet, etc.

Collection – describe data collection steps.

Type of service: Academic paper writing
Type of Assignment: Research Paper
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Pages/words: 4/1100
Number of sources: 7
Academic level: Doctoral
Paper format: APA
Line spacing: Double
Language style: US English

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