I plan to conduct the research on the 300-level Project Management course I will teach this coming fall in Singapore for the University at Buffalo School of Management. This is 100% new course prep for me, so I can build the course around the introduction of generative AI tools into the learning goals, content, and assessments, and I can develop the course to follow an Action Research process. I also attached a table contrasting traditional research with Action Research for those not familiar with Action Research. This method is new to me. Advice from those who have conducted Action Research will be helpful.
* "Driver diagrams have some similarities to Logic Models in that they both provide a graphic representation of a theory of change that helps to guide programs and policies. However, driver diagrams work from an existing program and identify one specific goal or aim and generate a specific and focused change idea to implement. Logic models often start from a problem to be addressed and specify several outcomes—short and long term—and then build a program or policy to meet that outcome (Shakman, Bailey, and Breslow, 2017)."
Shakman, K., Bailey, J., & Breslow, N. (2017). A primer for continuous improvement in schools and districts. Teacher & Leadership Programs. Retrieved from https://www.edc.org/primer-continuous-improvement-schools-and-districts