Scientific Research An Academic Publisher. Gay, L. Pearson, Columbus. ABSTRACT: The purpose of this paper was to explore the management of kindergarten school of Dilla University with reference to the learning environment and the kind of pedagogy employed. To examine the issue under consideration, the study was guided by qualitative case study.
Educational Research: Competencies for Analysis and Applications, 10th Edition
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An overview of the scientific method and educational research The classification of types of research by purpose The classification of types of research by method Examples of types of research. How one is affected by an event depends on who one is One frequently needs to know something that cannot by learned through experience Obj. Traditions are often based on an idealized past Traditions can be distant from current realities and the complexities associated with them. Experts can be wrong Experts can disagree among themselves, as in a second opinion Obj. In order to be certain of a conclusion one must observe all examples All examples can be observed only in very limited situations where there are few members of the group Obj. You must begin with true premises in order to arrive at true conclusions Deductive reasoning only organizes what is already known Obj.
Educational Research Chapter 1 Introduction to Educational Research Gay, Mills, and Airasian
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Classification by How the research problem is defined Classification by Purpose of the study Classification by Method Classification by Design of the Study Classification by Application. Jonker and B. Quantitative research is based on a closed question. A closed question contains a clear outline which needs to be understood and is therefore suitable for further delineation, for example, in the form of operationalizing and testing hypotheses.