Importance and Benefits of Educational Research “When a student is ready, the teacher appears” is an ancient Buddhist proverb that is packed with wisdom (Smith, 2002). No matter how hard a teacher tries, if the student is not ready to learn, chances are good he or she will not bet. Luckily, students are present in the classroom because they want to be.
When school-age children first enter the classroom, there is apprehension and uncertainty. What they have learned from informal education generally started within the home, or a non home-based learning environment. Whereas for most adults, being out of the classroom for even a few years can make going back to school intimidating. If they have not taken a class in decades,
…show more content…
It sometimes requires great effort and sometimes proceeds with relative ease. A theory about learning is a set of laws or principles about learning. The question is raised: what do these principles involve? Where do they come from? Theories about anything originate with questions. Answers to these questions may be motivated by problems that require the generation of new knowledge to effect their solutions. Regardless of how questions arise, they generally lead researchers to conduct systematic observations on the basis of plausible answers to be constructed. In some kinds of investigations, these observations are conducted without many advance, or a priori, expectations about what will be seen. Being an educator at an integrated institution of higher learning, it is a place where there has been established a multi-racial, multi-cultural community with students who represent all walks of life. What brings the college together is that each student has come to this common place for the same reason: to create a better reality. Not for only for themselves, but also for their families, but more often than not, for individual accomplishments and merits.
Educational multiplicity Within the state of Arizona, there is a multiplicity of different cultures, all impacting the educational system, one way or another. What drives the different learning environments apart is not the lack of education, but the implementation of policies and