Find & Buy Your Book
Find & Buy Your Book
Authors: Donna Schnorr and Sherri Franklin-Guy
About the Book:
This thesis and dissertation guide is presented in a manner that mirrors the process for writing the research proposal and conducting the study. The guide offers explanations to the five-chapter thesis or dissertation, while also serving as a foundation for writing your own thesis or dissertation proposal and completed study. The research proposal reflects chapters 1-3 of the guide, and the completed study reflects chapters 1-5 of the guide. There are Appendices included that offer resources and support for each chapter of the thesis or dissertation, as well as the research process. This guide can be used for any program that requires students to complete a thesis or dissertation, and as a comprehensive guide for conducting research.
About the Authors:
Donna Schnorr, PhD, is professor in the Department of Educational Leadership and Technology, and Co-Director of the Doctorate in Educational Leadership at California State University, San Bernardino (CSUSB). Additionally, she teaches research and school psychology courses. Dr. Schnorr has successfully written United States Department of Education sponsored research oriented grants that have totaled 24 million dollars. She served as the Project Director and Research and Evaluation Coordinator for those grants from 2000 to 2011. Dr. Schnorr has been the invited guest speaker by the U.S Department of Education where she has presented her school based research and data collection system to federal grant recipients around the country. Dr. Schnorr has authored many research oriented articles and book chapters focused on student resiliency and engagement, and teachers' emotional self-regulation. She has extensive experience in K-12 and university settings as that pertains to conducting applied research with the view of transforming educational practice.
Sherri Franklin-Guy, Ph.D., is an associate professor in the Department of Special Education, Rehabilitation, and Counseling at California State University, San Bernardino. She is a faculty member in the Education Specialist Credential Program, where she teaches courses in collaboration and consultation theory, introduction to special education, and cultural/linguistic diversity. Dr. Franklin-Guy’s publications include topics on standardized assessments and student achievement, as well as the epistemology of language-learning. Her research is focused on written language disabilities, student engagement, and teachers’ emotional self-regulation.