The group classes serve as an introduction to how to do research commonly used in social science. Students will become familiar with research and evaluation concepts, methods, and applications; learn how to consume and analyze research critically; and propose an appropriate research project to inform a critical issue.
The one-on-one classes will help students create an independent research paper in a pre-designed area of the teacher’s expertise or the student’s interest. Students prepping to enter higher education will learn research methodology and structure, how to use theoretical frameworks, develop research questions, and proper APA citations in preparation for the rigors of advanced academic research.
Upon completion of this course, students will have produced a polished, 10-15-page research paper, receive a recommendation from the instructor and a certificate of completion from Aralia Education
- Understand the international political system and the ability to apply a general conceptual framework and theoretical tools to interpret, analyze and evaluate issues and events in international politics
- To help students think about practical solutions to complex international problems
- To encourage students to think of themselves as active participants in international affairs
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|4||How to Conduct Literature review|
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Students and their parents will receive brief feedback after each class regarding the student’s general participation in class. Students will also receive feedback on graded assignments via email. At the end of the course, the student will receive a final report card, which thoroughly speaks to their overall participation in the course, including major assignments.