Rethinking Curriculum For International Education Research Proposal

Length: 3 pages Sources: 1 Subject: Teaching Type: Research Proposal Paper: #72844963 Related Topics: Australia, Education System, International Relations, Standardized Testing
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This will be helpful in understanding the scope of the problem, as the research will be seeking to examine how the globalization is impacting the nation and the school system. At which point, we will look at the facts uncovered from the finding and will begin to analyze what specific issues are affecting curriculum from an international perspective and what can be done to rectify the situation. Once this takes place, the various pieces of research will allow you to examine how each of the different aspects, can be applied to the curriculum standards. This will provide a more balanced approach when looking at the issue.

Data Collection

The data collection methods that will be utilized are normative data and derived variable. Normative data is when you are looking at various statistics to determine the underlying causes and trends that are occurring. Derived variables are when you are looking at two completely different facts and then comparing them with one another. In the research project we are taking these two different data collection methods to have a...


In this research study, we are seeking to understand the total impact that the current educational curriculum is having on those people who are being affected by these issues. This will help to keep the focus of the research balanced, by looking at the issue and its impact from different perspectives.

Significance of the Research

The significance of the research is to examine how globalization is requiring the education system to adapt to changes that are occurring. To determine how such an approach can effectively be implemented in the curriculum requires: objectively examining the underlying problem and what needs to be accomplished to address these issues. Once this occurs, it will provide the greatest insights, as to how the curriculum in the education system can reflect more of an international view.


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