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Trends of research methodology within the educational context of bangladesh

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    • Supervisor :Shah Shamim AhmedAssistant ProfessorUniversity of Dhaka Prepared by Muhammad Salahuddin Roll no-11515 Department of Educational Evaluation and Research Institute of Education and Research University of Dhaka
    •  All Research guided by a methodology. Methodology irradiates the whole process of a research. Explore the trends of educational research within the education context of Bangladesh. To examine the methodological approach conducted on various aspects of education over the last few decades in Bangladesh.
    •  Inevitable part of an investigation process Methodology contributes the fulfillment of the purpose. It’s help to examine and increase the scope of the area of interests. An attempt to further explore the research methodology applied in different arena of education in Bangladesh. will guide to take necessary measures to enrich future research approach.
    • MethodologyNature of Population & Data collection Data analysisthe study Sample toolsQuantitative Types of Questionnaire population Qualitative Qualitative Types of Interview Mixed sample Quantitative FGD Basic, Applied Sample & Action size Others tools Data analyses tools Historical, Descriptive, experimental, causal comparative, co-relation, Survey etc.
    • 1. What types of methodologies are used in educational research in Bangladesh? 1.1 What is the nature of the study in Educational research in Bangladesh? 1.2 What types of population and sampling technique are used in Educational research in Bangladesh?
    • 1.3 What type of data collection tools are used Educational research in Bangladesh? 1.4 What types of data analyses methods are used in Educational research in Bangladesh? 2. What kind of educational research was carriedout over the last four decades in Bangladesh?
    •  Nature of the Study: This study will be conducted mainly quantitative method. It is based on document analyses, evidence of available educational research in Bangladesh since independence of the country.
    • Population: All educational research reports of Bangladesh since 1971 will be the main population of this study. In this regard, the organizations and academic institutions such as,  UNESCO,  ADD, IER (DU) MoE,  UNDP,  Concern, MOPEM,  World Bank,  RDRS, IER (RU),  ADB,  ASA, DPE,  BRAC,  BIOS, NAPE,  Plan Bangladesh,  FREPD NAEM,  CAMPE, and so on will be in BANBEIS,  DAM, the population UNICEP, frame.  GSS,
    •  Sample: In order to make sure the feasibility of the study, to total period will be organized with 4 decades (1971-80, 1981-90, 1991-2000 and 2001- 2011). 25 research studies from every decade will be collected as sample of research. These researches will be selected randomly after categorizing the population list.
    •  Data collection tools: A checklist will be developed to evaluate the research studies collected from different organization. This checklist will be developed focusing research methodology and particularly nature of the study, sample and sampling technique, tools, data analyses etc
    •  Data analyses: Quantitative analysis will be employed for numerical data. In this analysis I will find out the simple statistical data such as frequency distribution, percentage etc. The SPSS software will be used for clarifying numerical data.
    • Tasks Months Approximate time (date)Problem Identification January 04-19Preparing proposal January & February 20-05Literature review February to April February 06 - April 18Arriving to the spot April 19-20Sample selection April 20-22Treatment application April 23-26Tests conduction April 27-31Data collection May 01-25Data analysis May & June 26-06Findings June 07-08Writing Final research June 09-21paperPresent research paper June 22-23
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