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PRACTICAL RESEARCH 1 st QUARTERLY REVIEWER Lesson 1: Nature of Inquiry Research - Systematic inquiry that is designed to collect, analyze, and interpret data to understand, describe, or predict phenomenon. - Involves a scientific, methodical, and well-structured process. - solve problems that have no known solution by anyone in the world. - Learning from books, papers, news reports, professors. Anything that can be learned, by definition, is not research. - “Searching online” is not research. We research to: Understand the world Solve new problems Improve existing solutions Characteristics of Research: 1. Research gathers relevant information and produces novel knowledge. 2. Research improves the quality of life. 3. Research promotes understanding of history. 4. Research contributes to one’s personal and professional development. Aims of Research: Verification of Existing Knowledge - Proving/ verifying the veracity of existing theories or knowledge. Acquisition of New Knowledge - Brings forth new ideas regarding a theory or even create a totally new theory . Application of New Knowledge - Utilize and translate to something useful to humankind. Advancement of the Researcher’s Expertise - Gain relevant experiences that enhance and deepen their knowledge and skills in the area of their investigation. Inquiry-Based Learning (Video) Both Socrates and Confucius used variations on their own Inquiry-based format. Critical component of the scientific method . Core idea of John Dewey and Maria Montessori in Student-Centered Learning. Four Phases of Inquiry: 1. Orientation 2. Conceptualization 3. Investigation 4. Conclusion Four Levels of Inquiry 1. Confirmation Inquiry 2. Structured Inquiry 3. Guided Inquiry 4. Open/True Inquiry
Inquiry Based Learning (Module) – This is supported by three educational theories. 3 Educational Theories: 1. John Dewey’s Theory of Connected Experiences for exploratory and reflective thinking. 2. Lev Vygotsky’s Zone of Proximal Development (ZPD) 3. Jerome Bruner’s Theory on learner’s varied world perceptions. ASK – INVESTIGATE – CREATE- DISSCUSS- REFLECT- REPEAT Quality of Life - Function of research: State of Living Universal Grammar – Do not support Inquiry-Based Learning Formulating a problem – 1 st step in research. Objective – Bias and prejudice. Produces novel knowledge – Information to academia. Qualitative – Attitude/Behavior/Opinions. Recommendation – Research design include except.

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