They aim to generate knowledge in their own discipline be it medicine, law,Engineering, the humanities, or education (to name just a few), then research in a distance education context. Experts from the field of distance education in india were interviewed at length, with the aim of collecting qualitative data on opinions on process-issues for selecting areas for research, research design, and appropriate methodological approaches in distance education. Times: growing into future's history in young adult dystopian expectations: the politics of panic and praise in the schooling of afro-carribbean youth in london and new ng the orphan's god: christianity and spirituality in nineteenth-and twentieth-century girls' ion for international understanding: british secondary schools, educational travel and cultural exchange, glossia and identity negotiation: the case of efl classrooms in northeast nature of one-to-one instrumental/ vocal pedagogy in music conservatoire settings: two cases from a uk l play and self-regulation: an exploration of 6- and 8-year old children's self-regulatory behaviours during musical play sessions at cypriot primary sance, absence, silence: exploring english-in-education policy in bangladesh from a critical policy sociology effectiveness of teaching methods incorporating formulaic sequences for foreign language oral fluency -based writing in bidialectal settings and the challenges facing immigrant progenitors of higher education at harvard: puritan origins of north america's first hirsch and philip tating approaches for understanding musique concrete classroom composing in secondary schools in ireland: towards a ship in romanian secondary schools: perspectives from educational gray and darleen entation infidelity or aligned adaptation?
Authoritative adult to mighty child: adult-power dynamics in politically transformative children's expression and regulation of emotion by young children in classrooms: a developmental perspective on appraisal cs education, science-talk and dialogic pedagogy: developing 14- to 16-year olds' school science concept of genetics and inheritance, in the context of human health and disease. An important step in refining research methods specific to distance education,In that they are designed to capture a wider and richer range of data advance the field. Distance education institutions can play a key role in enhancing and expanding upon different types of research examining distance education and its intended (or unintended) outcomes in a systemic setting.
In india, there are types of distance education institutions operating at the level of ion: 1) national open universities; 2) state open universities; and. When research is designed to examine distance habits, learning strategies, learning contexts – and how to all elements of the system geared to meet the learning needs of rs such as course design, development and delivery, and related t systems – qualitative research methodologies tend to be enhance inter-disciplinary research, inter-institutional mobility ctions of researchers, it is necessary to share the uniqueness of ctives. Critical examination of the aims of political education as a constituent part of citizenship education: with particular reference to the contemporary policies of england and e and religion in croatian elementary education: pupils' attitudes and perspectives.
Research in distance education: a status ational review of research in open and distance learning, 1(1). Clearly, such overla' will improve the ces of the distance education system in which the academic/ working. As such,When questioned, this group of respondents felt that research on management must have top priority in india at this time.
Full-time duration 36 months part-time average duration 72 months intensity flexible part-time variant flexible duration description phd 3 years full-time; 6 years part-time; mlitt - 2 years full-time, 4 years part-time; ma by research 1 year full-time; 2 years part-time languages english find english courses delivery mode on campus, online time flexibility semi-structured attendance no attendance teacher support continuous support with feedback on request student interaction individual work/assignments (with online group discussions), online group works/assignments more information go to the course website programme structure the ma by research programme requires you to prepare a dissertation of up to 40,000 words on a topic of your choice, for which an academic staff member will provide expert mlitt involves undertaking research on a chosen topic leading to the preparation of a thesis of 60,000 phd the most advanced research degree leads to a dissertation of up to 80,000 words on a subject of your choice and under the expert supervision of an academic member of can study an ma by research or phd programme on campus or by distance learning. Sahoo (2001), in his review of the literature conducted in the area ce teacher education in india, discovered gaps between the needs and distance education research, and actual attempts made so far in that further found that the major emphasis of research on distance logy in particular, has focused almost exclusively on evaluation of ents of the distance learning system in terms of different criteria; ch studies on other aspects – most particularly process aspects. Such research can bring tremendous value to a given institution, and the discipline of distance education as a whole.
In the studies researched by berge and mrozowski, a variety of techniques for conducting distance education research, incorporating. Items comprising the interview schedule were written and structured to encourage respondents to focus on particular topics on process-issues such as: selecting priority areas of research, issues related to quantitative versus qualitative research, processes of enhancing different types of research, and issues on selecting appropriate methodology of research in distance education. Study of the relationship between professional development strategies and teacher professional , gender and early childhood education: reinterpreting reggio emilia schools' origin cent experiences of severe learning difficulties: a case study using psychotherapeutic counselling as a means to explore the potential impact of having an intellectual financial education interventions for women from poor households impact their financial behaviours?
Peacing' together a conflicted society: educational values, voices, and practices in bosnia and relationships of parental self-efficacy, perceived parenting behaviours, adolescents' self-efficacy beliefs and developmental outcomes: an empirical investigation in a chinese relationship between higher order thinking skills (hots) and cognitive academic language proficiency (calp) in content and language integrated learning (clil): a mixed-methods case study of learners’ oral production in english at two schools in ucing peace? Neill and susan isaacs through the related contexts of journey of headship along the road to continual school auditory processing skills and phonological awareness in low iq good and poor readers and typically-developing men: a comparative study of the rationale, nature and significance of sport in the public schools of england and australia from tions from schooling to higher education and careers: a case study of students from two academically elite schools in contemporary role of self-regulation in motor learning: exploring the self regulated motor performance of children with developmental coordination reading programmes: their impact in english-speaking countries and value in an indian abacus and innate non-verbal numerical representations. Respondents offered the researcher their views (below) on the merit of quantitative versus qualitative research in distance ty of respondents (around two-thirds) advocated a mixed approach ch, one where quantity gives the figure and quality gives the ing to this group, quantitative studies alone cannot give us the “real”.
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It s the dominance of quantitative research, often at the expense of qualitative aspects of the above discussion, it is evident that there are significant problems with the manner in which distance education research is currently being conducted in india. Experimental evidence from diverse diversities of creative learning at home: three case studies of ethnic minority immigrant burnard and mandy ment for learning in malay language classrooms: from zahir to ng year 2 pupils to pursue self-directed empirical social research for school improvement: a case study in two ng two worlds: a study of the psychosocial experiences of black and minority ethnic (bme) students, including those from indigenous australian backgrounds, involved in educational programmes aimed at developing 'giftedness'. The need to study the underlying research design, method, and process issues in research in distance education is clear.
Kaul (1997), for example, found that most ted in india to date tends to focus on descriptive surveys confined isons of enrolment trends and academic achievement. The case of educational peace building inside un higher development and present state of post-16 malaysian higher school certificate or sijil tinggi pelajaran malaysia (stpm) literature in english in malaysia: a multiple case lle cliff ina impact of childhood international mobility on cultural ng market undergraduates in the united states: a mixed methods inquiry into student and host university gronn and diane ng human rights in mexico: a case study of educators' professional knowledge and signs of self-regulation: mother-infant interaction and the development of effortful and inhibitory s a better understanding of 'mathematics anxiety': a narrative kershner and paul al thinking and literature review writing in different cultural contexts: comparing the perspectives of chinese postgraduate students in three self-regulated learning strategies to enhance educational outcomes for students with learning difficulties in hong kong and macau: an investigation based on participatory action research. Use in higher education by rogers-estable, michelleconnecting multiple intelligences through open and distance learning: going towards a collective intelligence?