Educational Research Essay

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  • A Research On Educational Vision

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    Educational Vision Since the age of five, I have wanted to become an educator. Coming from a household where my mother worked for the Board of Education created a desire in me to want to make a difference at that early age. As the director of youth and adult programs, I have seen the challenges that educational facilities and non-profits are faced with. At times, it was very difficult to execute successful and meaningful programs due to the lack of funding options. I have also seen how it effects

  • Ethical Principles And Standards Of The Educational Research

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    Ethics must be applied at all stages of research, from planning to evaluation of the research project; data collection methods as part of the investigative process must be guided by the ethical principles and standards of the educational research. According to the American Educational Research Association (2011), there are twenty two ethical standards, which were created to ensure the validity, honesty, and reliability of all stages of the research process. there are several examples of the impact

  • Theories And Research Of Educational Psychology

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    Select one area of applied psychology in this module. Discuss how theory and research in this area has been helpful or unhelpful in addressing human problems. Educational psychology has produced a vast array of theory and research that can be applied to educational settings to address problems that may occur. This essay will discuss how helpful, or not so helpful, research and theory has been in dealing with problems found in schools such as morality and understanding how children learn in order

  • Traditional Models of Educational Research

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    inquiry differ from traditional models of educational research, and how does this difference compare with your initial interpretation of action research? Traditional models of educational research have tended to view teachers and students as passive subjects in the educational process. The process-product model "portrays teaching as a primarily linear activity and depicts teachers as technicians... [In the model,] the teacher's role is to implement the research findings of 'outside' experts, almost

  • A Research Project : Mainstreaming Special Educational Classroom

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    I am proposing to create a research project to see if mainstream students will be as successful as their typically developing peers in a general education guided reading class. Assessment will be done weekly and is directly related to the common core state standard for second grade students. I am also proposing to see how attitudes of teachers develop over the school year toward mainstreamed students. I want to see what interventions they are currently using, what their knowledge base is on mainstreaming

  • Sample Foundations Of Educational Research Essay

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    Joy Carriger UNF EDF 6480 Foundations of Educational Research Summer 2015 Dr. E.A. Scheirer Vocabulary Assignment #1 1. Aggregate – to form a whole from several parts, to collect, gather or group. “…collects IP addresses for system administration, to report aggregate information to our advertisers, sponsors, and partners, and to audit the use of our site.”( Pearson Education, Inc., 2000-2014). Aggregated data is often used to analyze research findings and look for patterns. 2. Anonymized – describing

  • Research On The Learning Of An Educational Setup Essay

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    Davidson and Martin Tolich (1999) point out that ‘research fulfils three roles – exploring, describing and explaining’ (as cited in Mutch, 2005, p. 16). Research helps to add more qualitative information to an existing body of knowledge or helps to decipher a problem existing in an educational setup. Sometimes, research tends to bring into light certain issues that required attention. Baumfield and Butterworth (2005) suggest that ‘engagement in research by teachers has a positive impact on the learning

  • The General Context Of The Educational Technology Research

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    background discussion on the general context of my research within the educational technology research, specifically within AIED research and doc-toral studies. Next, I state my research problem statement before enumerating the research ques-tions I propose to explore. I then provide a delineation of my solution methodology for pursuing this proposed research: use of simulation. Finally, I conclude the chapter with an outline of my proposed research thesis goals and objectives and the organization

  • Educational Synthesis Draft : Research And Inquiry

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    Educational Synthesis Draft Research and inquiry are performances that are practiced in many professions; in many cases it is necessary for the development of various places of employment as it may improve numerous aspects of the inner construct. Research has been accredited to many innovative changes that the work force has endured and while it is essential, it may create controversy. It is important to keep in mind all of the components of research so as not to confuse your results with the

  • Mixed Methodology in the Field of Educational Research Essay

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    legitimacy of both qualitative and quantitative research in social and human sciences, mixed methods research, employing the combination of quantitative and qualitative approaches, has gained popularity." (Creswell, p. 203). Describe the development of mixed methodology in educational research. Discuss the steps that need to be taken to develop a viable mixed methods research study. Evaluate and justify the appropriateness of a mixed methodology research design for a study regarding teacher's and administrator's

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