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It is one type of applied research 
and conducted by a teacher to aid in 
decision –making in the school. 
It focuses on t...
-is collaborative 
- is participatory 
- is the establishment of self-critical 
communities of work 
- is open-minded
- is a process that we “test “our 
ideas about our work 
- is working in small groups of 
collaborations
Existence of an unsatisfactory condition, a felt 
problem that need 
Rationale of the study
Don’t forget: 
• Background of the study 
• Describe the problem situation 
considering global, national and local 
• Just...
Improving Learners’ Performance in Science and Health V 
Through Computer Aided 
Instruction
This portion brings about the possible 
approaches to solve the problem. It must give 
good reasons for the use of such al...
a. Objective 
b. Time Frame 
c. Target Subjects 
d. Activities to be undertaken
Objectives Goals 
Time Frame Period of duration 
of the study, the 
beginning up to the 
ending 
Target subjects focus of ...
Evaluation Criteria 
Indicates criterion by 
which the researcher declares 
the success of the study
State the specific purposes to address the problem areas of 
the project. They should be clear as to what the project 
int...
SMART Guide 
SPECIFIC 
MEASURABLE 
ATTAINABLE 
RESOURCE-BOUND 
TIMEBOUND
TARGET 
SUBJECTS 
TEACHERS 
INVOLVED 
ACTIONS EXPECTED 
RESULTS
TARGET 
SUBJECTS 
TEACHERS 
INVOLVED 
ACTIONS EXPECTED 
RESULTS
Research activities 
Data to be collected 
Statistical analysis needed 
to answer the objectives 
specified in the stud...
The rule of the thump in the 
presentation of results is to be guided by 
the objectives of the study
Conclusions are inferences, deductions, abstractions , 
implications, interpretations , general statements , and or 
gener...
Recommendations are appeal to people or entities 
concerned to solve or help solve the problems 
discovered in the study. ...
Recommendations should aim for the ideal but 
they 
must be feasible, practical and attainable. 
Recommendations should be...
Reflections talks about looking back 
the original intentions of the 
researcher and what has been 
observed.
Aquino, Gaudencio V. Essentials of Research 
and Thesis Writing. Quezon City : Alemars- 
Phoenix Publishing House, Inc. 19...
66.04 
65.42 
62.9 
61.79 
64.47 64.19 
71.34 
72.03 
67.44 
65.96 
71.83 
69.72 
Filipino Mathematics English Science HEK...
46.86 
38.84 
45.85 
34.42 
47.66 
42.88 
42.84% 
51.65 
35.33 
43.49 
32.07 
50.6 
33.59 
42.28 
Filipino Mathematics Eng...
69.72 
66.89 
75 
42.28 
49.63 
2012-2013 Div. Target PDP Target 
Elementary Secondary
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  1. 1. It is one type of applied research and conducted by a teacher to aid in decision –making in the school. It focuses on the solution of day-to- day problems at the classroom levels. It is less rigorous in terms of design and methodology than other educational research .
  2. 2. -is collaborative - is participatory - is the establishment of self-critical communities of work - is open-minded
  3. 3. - is a process that we “test “our ideas about our work - is working in small groups of collaborations
  4. 4. Existence of an unsatisfactory condition, a felt problem that need Rationale of the study
  5. 5. Don’t forget: • Background of the study • Describe the problem situation considering global, national and local • Justify the existence of the problem situation by citing statistical data and authoritative sources • Make clinching statement that will relate the background to the proposed research problem
  6. 6. Improving Learners’ Performance in Science and Health V Through Computer Aided Instruction
  7. 7. This portion brings about the possible approaches to solve the problem. It must give good reasons for the use of such alternative actions. It can be drawn from the list of innovative methodologies that the DEPED endorses for use in the elementary and high school levels.
  8. 8. a. Objective b. Time Frame c. Target Subjects d. Activities to be undertaken
  9. 9. Objectives Goals Time Frame Period of duration of the study, the beginning up to the ending Target subjects focus of the study
  10. 10. Evaluation Criteria Indicates criterion by which the researcher declares the success of the study
  11. 11. State the specific purposes to address the problem areas of the project. They should be clear as to what the project intends to achieve and must be attainable within the timeframe and resources required. Formulation the Objectives • Statements of the goals of the study • Set the limit by which the problem will be studied • Should be attainable under reasonable conditions • Simple, specific, narrow enough to permit definite answers
  12. 12. SMART Guide SPECIFIC MEASURABLE ATTAINABLE RESOURCE-BOUND TIMEBOUND
  13. 13. TARGET SUBJECTS TEACHERS INVOLVED ACTIONS EXPECTED RESULTS
  14. 14. TARGET SUBJECTS TEACHERS INVOLVED ACTIONS EXPECTED RESULTS
  15. 15. Research activities Data to be collected Statistical analysis needed to answer the objectives specified in the study.
  16. 16. The rule of the thump in the presentation of results is to be guided by the objectives of the study
  17. 17. Conclusions are inferences, deductions, abstractions , implications, interpretations , general statements , and or generalization based upon the findings. Conclusions should appropriately answer the specific questions raised at the beginning of the study Conclusions should be formulated concisely , that is, brief and short, yet they convey all the necessary information resulting from the study as required by the specific questions
  18. 18. Recommendations are appeal to people or entities concerned to solve or help solve the problems discovered in the study. No recommendations should be made for a problem , or anything for that matter, that has not been discovered or discussed in the study. There may also be recommendations for the continuance of a good practice or system , or even recommendations for its improvement .
  19. 19. Recommendations should aim for the ideal but they must be feasible, practical and attainable. Recommendations should be addressed to the persons , entities , agencies or offices which are in position to implement them . There should be a recommendation for further research on the same topic in other places to verify or negate the findings of the study.
  20. 20. Reflections talks about looking back the original intentions of the researcher and what has been observed.
  21. 21. Aquino, Gaudencio V. Essentials of Research and Thesis Writing. Quezon City : Alemars- Phoenix Publishing House, Inc. 1974
  22. 22. 66.04 65.42 62.9 61.79 64.47 64.19 71.34 72.03 67.44 65.96 71.83 69.72 Filipino Mathematics English Science HEKASI Overall 2011-2012 2012-2013
  23. 23. 46.86 38.84 45.85 34.42 47.66 42.88 42.84% 51.65 35.33 43.49 32.07 50.6 33.59 42.28 Filipino Mathematics English Science AP Critical Thinking Overall 2011-2012 2012-2013
  24. 24. 69.72 66.89 75 42.28 49.63 2012-2013 Div. Target PDP Target Elementary Secondary

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