Three Types of Educational Research: Comparison and Contrast

Authors

  • Dr. Pongthep Jiraro St theresa international college
  • Siriwan Tanyong

Keywords:

Routine to Research, Institute Research, Classroom Action Research

Abstract

Academic Research covers studies pertaining to specific populations at the national or international level. Institutional research is a type of research with a narrower scope that studies and researches for data, information, and body of knowledge for educational administrators to use as bases in making decisions. Classroom Action Research (CAR) is a research that is not used to refer to wider society. This type of research is referred to as Routine to Research (R to R). It is directly conducted with a specific population that aims to solve the problem at the classroom level.

References

Jiraro, P. (2013). Educational Research, 4th edition, Chon Buri: Faculty of Education Burapha University.

Panich, V. (2008). R2R: Routine to Research defeats monotonous work with research. Into a new world of work. Nonthaburi: Health System Research Institute, Department of Mental Health, Ministry of Public Health.

Srisa-an, W. (2011). Exploitation and professional progress experiences of Institutional researchers. Documents for the Institute of Research Lecture, Wednesday 9 March 2011, at the Information Room, Administration Building. Suranaree University of Technology.

Wongwanich, S. (2010). Classroom action research. 13th edition. Bangkok: the publisher of Chulalongkorn University.

Published

2020-06-19