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Teacher as Practitioner

by: Clotilde Mohr PhD

Teacher as Practitioner EDST 3000

Clotilde Mohr PhD
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John Kambutu

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This 4 page Class Notes was uploaded by Clotilde Mohr PhD on Tuesday October 27, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to EDST 3000 at University of Wyoming taught by John Kambutu in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 53 views. For similar materials see /class/230320/edst-3000-university-of-wyoming in Education and Teacher Studies at University of Wyoming.

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Date Created: 10/27/15
EDST 3000 APA Format APA style or APA format are the terms commonly used to describe the writing style guidelines which are developed maintained and periodically revised and updated by the American Psychological Association APA Over the years the APA has developed a standard for writing style that is now widely used by writers in the social sciences education business and psychology Accordingly the APA documentation style is now used throughout the world in both business and academia The APA39s writing style is documented in its manual entitled Publication Manual of the 39 39 39 39 39 Fifth Edition 2001 The APA39s Publication Manual covers all aspects of the writing and publishing process including organizing writing formatting keying and submitting a manuscript for publication It provides detailed guidance on editorial style as well as on the appropriate standards for publishing research in accordance with ethical principles of scienti c publishing There is o en considerable con lsion when teachers students editors and researchers use the terms quotAPA stylequot or APA formatquot To clear up that con lsion the following paragraph might help quotWhen teachers ask you to write in quotAPA stylequot they do not mean writing style They are referring to the editorial style that many of the social and behavioral sciences have adopted to present written material in the field Editorial style consists of rules or guidelines that a publisher observes to ensure clear and consistent presentation of written material Editorial style concerns uniform use of such elements as punctuation and abbreviations construction of tables selection of headings citation of references presentation of statistics as well as many other elements that are a part of every manuscript In text citation of sources APA In general APA inteXt documentation format uses the authordate style of citation with the author39s name followed by the year of publication cited within the body text of an article The complete details on the source document are included in the quotReferencesquot list at the end of the paper Normally an inteXt citation will be introduced with a quotsignal phrasequot that includes the author s last name followed by the year of publication in parentheses When direct Quotes are used the page number in the source document preceded by a quotpquot should appear in parentheses immediately after the quotation Example As Smith 1998 observed quotThere was only one way to go after thatquot p 97 In cases when the author s name is not in the signal phrase enclose the author39s last name the year and the page number in parentheses at the end of the quotation Example Smith 1998 p 263 If the work cited has two authors name both authors in the signal phrase and in parentheses at the end of the quotation For the latter separate their names with the quotELquot symbol Example Hartwick amp Rogers 1999 If there are fewer than six authors cite all of them the first time and subsequently use the first author39s name followed by quotet alquot and the year Example The misbehaviors of teachers have been investigated Kearney Plax Hays amp Ivey 1991 Misbehaviors were found to reduce to three factors incompetence offensiveness and indolence Kearney et al 1991 If a work has six or more authors cite only the first author39s last name followed by quotet alquot and the year Example Communication apprehension has many correlates McCroskey et al 1981 If the author is an organization with a long cumbersome name use the entire name in the body text the first time it is used with the acronym for the organization enclosed in parentheses followed by the year Example American Society of Strategic Planners ASSP 1997 For later citations of the same work use the acronym followed by the year Example ASSP 1997 Personal Communications Oral Interviews Memos Letters Conversations e mail communication etc are unpublished and should not be listed with references because the text is not available for others to examine They are referenced in the paper only Include the name type of communication and date Example R Pugliese personal communication March 23 1990 also verified that Referencing APA A list of all published sources not personal communications cited in the paper must be included at the end of the paper This list is entitled quotReferencesquot and must begin on a separate page after the last page of text This heading should be centered on the page The reference list will be arranged in alphabetical order by author39s last name If there is more than one work by the same author place the entries in order of publication date from oldest to most recent ie list 1991 references before 1995 references for the same author The first line of each entry in the list of references is typed ush to the left margin Subsequent lines for the same entry are indented onehalf inch All lines are double spaced with no extra spaces between entries All author39s names in the references list are to use the inverted form with last name first Initials should be used for the author39s first name For two or more authors separate the names by commas and use quotampquot instead of quotandquot for the last name mentioned For the references list use the last name of the author do not use quotet a1quot there When an author appears as both a sole author and as the first author of a group list the single author entry rst If no author name is available for a publication alphabetize the entry by the title of the work and use a shortened version of the title in parenthetical quotintextquot citations in the body of the text For the title of the work being cited use underlining or italics not both They are equivalent in this case Whichever convention is chosen must be used throughout the essay for all titles cited When referencing BOOKS capitalize the first word and all proper nouns contained in the title and subtitle Do not use all capitalsWhen citing ARTICLES capitalize the first word and all proper nouns in the title Do not put titles of articles in quotations When referencing PERIODICALS such as magazine articles or articles in scholarly journals list the volume number in arabic numerals and underline it Do not use quotvolquot before the number and do not use quotpquot or quotppquot for the page numbers These can be used when referencing newspaper articles or works in anthologies Referencing APA 5th edition Follow these color codes IAuth0rs lDate lTitle ofBook lTitle ofArticle lTitle ofPeriodical lVolume lPages lPlace of Publication lPublisher IOther Information I Journal or Magazine Article Wilcox R V 1991 Shifting roles and synthetic women in Star trek The next generation Studies in Popular Culture 132 5365 Newspaper Article Di Rado A 1995 March 15 Trekking through college Classes explore modern society using the world of Star trek Los Angeles Times p A3 Article from an Internet Database Mershon D H 1998 NovemberDecember Star trek on the brain Alien minds human minds American Scientist 86 585 Retrieved July 29 1999 from Expanded Academic ASAP database Website Lynch T 1996 DS9 trials anal tribble ations review Retrieved October 8 1997 from Psi Phi Bradley39s Science Fiction Club httpwwwbradleyeducampusorgpsiphiDS9ep503rhtml Book Okuda M amp Okuda D 1993 Star trek chronology The history of the future New York Pocket Books Book Article or Chapter James N E 1988 Two sides ofparadise The Eden myth according to Kirk and Spock In D Palumbo Ed Spectrum of the fantastic pp 219223 Westport CT Greenwood Encyclopedia Article Sturgeon T 1995 Science ction In The encyclopedia Americana Vol 24 pp 390 392 Danbury CT Grolier ERIC Document FussReineck M 1993 Sibling communication in Star trek The next generation Con icts between brothers Miami FL Annual Meeting of the Speech Communication Association ERIC Document Reproduction Service No ED 364932


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