Case Literature Review

Case Literature Review
1. With the quantitative research questions below use it here to guide your Literature Review.

Does the sufficient provision of school equipment and supplies in classrooms improve the performance of students?

2. Peruse the literature; select 4 or 5 articles that relate to your research question; and read with a purpose to identify gaps in information or ambiguities that help to clarify and justify your research question.

3. Based on your review of the literature, discuss the following items in your Case assignment paper:

Show why your research question (in original format or revised) needs to be answered (for example, does it address controversies or debates, or fill a gap, found in the literature?)

Describe the theories that support your research question (for example, are there any theoretical models that need to be tested empirically as suggested by your research question?)

Identify the best methodology to conduct a study to answer your research question (please explain your response)

Describe how answering your research question (with completion of prospective study) would add to the research already completed.

Funk, T. (2009). Identification of academic and social expectation anxieties and self-efficacy issues experienced by non-traditional students and examination of their effects on academic success. Ph.D. dissertation. TUI University, CA. August 22, 2013 Retrieved from ProQuest

Hill, J. (2005, March).* Introduction to descriptive statistics. Retrieved August 22, 2013from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign website:

Johnson, R. B., & Christensen, L. (n/s). Problem Identification and Hypothesis Formation. University of South Alabama. Retrieved August 22, 2013 from

Stockburger, D. W. (2006). Statistics. Retrieved August 22, 2013 from Missouri State University website:

Wallin, A. M. (2006). Cross-cultural interview studies using interpreters: systematic literature review. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 55(6), pp723-735. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2648.2006.03963.x. Retrieved July 2012 from EBSCO.