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EDUC 6175 Week 7 Discussion: Week 7 Discussion

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Education Research

This link will take you to the main page for education research, with links to resources selected to meet the needs of education scholar-practitioners.

Alternate Models

You are asked to research and evaluate two alternate learning experience design models.   Several examples of design models are provided in the classroom:


Backward Design

David Kolb

NTeQ Model

Problem-Solving Model

Dick & Carey Systems Approach Model

Component Display Theory (CDT)

You can search the Walden Library for articles and other resources that discuss the design models you've chosen.  A sample search is provided below.

Sample article search

The Education Research page is the place to find recommended databases for your searches.  Below is a sample search in Education Source, the best place to start searching for articles on your education related topic.  Follow these steps to run your search:


1. Click the Select a Subject drop-down from the Walden Library Home Page.



2. Choose Education from the options.


3. Now choose Education Source from the list of education databases.

You may have to login with your myWalden email and password.



4. Now you are on a search screen with three Search boxes.  Break your topic down into just keywords and type one concept or keyword(s) per box, separating synonyms with the word OR within each line.


In the top search box type: "backward design"


Note: Using quotation marks will force the database to search for the words together as a phrase


5. Under the search boxes, click inside the check mark boxes for "Full Text" and "Peer Reviewed".


Here's what the search page will look like:



6. Click the Search button.


This is just a sample search.  You can try any/all of the Models suggested to see which ones work for you.

Educaton Databases


Click on any of the Tutorial links below for additional help on specific topics:

Other help pages

How to choose a topic (finding a topic that's not too broad or too narrow)

Keyword searching (how to determine the best words to search)

Boolean search operators (how to put your keywords together)

Peer review (find out what it means and why it's important)

How to find full text