Resource Speaker: Dr. Jovert Balunsay
CPD UNITS: 15
A 14-hour seminar that aims to train teachers in K-12 or tertiary level the basic research skills necessary in the teaching of research in the classroom.
This seminar explains the nitty-gritty details needed by teachers of Research in the K-12 classroom and tertiary setting. It will identify important concepts and skills necessary for students to understand, appreciate and successfully do their research projects. Furthermore, it will also give teacher participants a good working knowledge of the very technical field of educational research.
- Understand what is research including, its state, importance, and relevance in the K-12 education
- Recognize the characteristics of good research.
- Identify sources, characteristics and consideration in choosing good problems for research.
- Learn the important skills in writing the beginning chapters of research.
- Identify and understand important skills in review of related literature.
- Understand the methods of research and its implication in practice.
- Demonstrate necessary skills in the presentation and evaluation of research data
- Understand basic concepts and differences of research summary, finding, conclusions and recommendations
- Write examples of summary, findings, conclusion and recommendations
- Understand the technical requirements of research writing.