Self-Care Project: POWERPOINT Presentation on Single Case Design, prepare a vi
Self-Care Project: POWERPOINT Presentation on Single Case Design, prepare a visual presentation of your single case design research project . You may choose to prepare this as a Powerpoint or prezzi, In either case, you will concisely summarize your research design, including the target variable and its measurement, your intervention, your results, and your interpretation of the results. Here are the key components that must appear on your poster or in your Powerpoint: Full title of research project, name, date Note, title should reveal the research question and the possible relationship between the intervention and the target variable. Purpose: Study rationale Brief summary of how the problem or experience impacted the research participant (you) and why intervening was important (borrowed from your problem formulation). Brief definition of the problem, incidence/prevalence if available, & importance/seriousness of the “problem” under study, including consequences if problem is untreated (borrowed from your literature review). Study Methodology Identification of the target outcome/variable Brief summary of the intervention to address that target. Operationalization (measurement) of the dependent variable(s). i. Include the standardized measure but also the nature of your diary keeping – the kinds of things documented Measurement schedule (pre-/post- design, # of measurement occasions in each) Results and Conclusions Visual presentation of quantitative data (a graph of DV over time, with pre- and post-phases clearly marked) Statistical analysis method: two standard deviation method, percentage non-overlapping data, chi square, visual analysis Statistical conclusions, including a p-value, if applicable. Key qualitative findings to help interpret meaning of the statistical findings i. A flow chart, Venn diagram, or concept map to highlight influences on IV (intervention) and DV (target outcome) is a nice way to present this. Summary of strengths and limits of research design, including validity threats and rival hypotheses due to variables not studied (as indicated by the qualitative analysis) Conclusions Implications for you, the research participant, for SW practice, and future research The key is to be focused and concise on your Powerpoint. If using Powerpoint, each of the above sections may be a single slide with a few bullets on each. Diagrams and graphs are always good ways to present findings. Your goal is to highlight key findings of your study and their importance, while also giving enough information about your methodology such that the audience can conclude for itself about your study’s validity. Your Powerpoint will be used as a guide and visual aid - 6 MINUTE.

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