INTRODUCTION AND ITS BACKGROUND
<Discuss the system that you will improve and technology that you will apply to your project. You can add citations to justify the need for the proposed software and hardware device. Discuss the overview of the current state of technology, give the overview of the current condition of the topic>
A good introduction should contain a discussion of any or all of the following:
a. Presentation of the problem
b. The existence of unsatisfactory condition, a felt problem that needs a solution.
c. Show the rationale and justification of choosing the subject.
d. Historical or background of the problem.
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Research framework can be conceptual or theoretical
The framework is the coverage of the study in terms of the parameters of the subject being covered. The whole component of the objective problems will help identify the framework.
The conceptual framework presents relationship between the specifics like factors and perceptions stand and direction of the writer in the preparation. It clarifies the relationship between and among major variables of the study. This scheme is the researchers own position on the problem. An explanation of the problem or phenomenon to be studied after his review of various literature and studies which gives exposure to various concept and theories that have bearing on the problem.
Consists of the investigator’s own position on a problem after his exposure to various theories that have bearing on the problem. It is the researcher’s new model which has its roots on the previous model which the researcher has studied.
Paradigm – it is a diagrammatic representation of a conceptual framework. It depicts a more vivid way what the conceptual framework is.
It may be an adoption of the model used in a previous study with modification that will fit the present study. It is the investigator’s model which is taken from the previous model that the researcher studied, analyzed and interpreted leading to the production of new conceptual framework.
Context Input Process Product Model (CIPP)
* Developed by Daniel Stufflebeam and Egon Guba (Stufflebeam , 1975)
CIPP model has four types of education decision
1. Planning Decision - to determine the objectives
2. Structuring Decision - to design instructional procedure
3. Implementing Decision - to us, monitor and improve the procedure
4. Recycling Decision - to judge and reach the outcome produced by
CONTEXT/INPUT - It consist of people directly involve to the study or possible inputs needed to be supplied to the process ( info based from data gathering)
PROCESS - - the software itself and the covered study which represent the universal of the thesis topic.
PRODUCT/OUTPUT - expected out come of the study after using the
system or after validating the study.
The theoretical framework is a tentative explanation of theoretical explanation of the phenomenon or problem and serves as the basis for the formulation research studies. It consists of briefly discussion of the related studies and literature and the synthesis. Also it includes all the possible...