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  • Research proposal using the CHED-GIA Format

    Ida h. revalebicol university research & development center

  • PRESENTATION:

    CHED-GIA PROPOSAL FORMAT

    REVIEW OF THE BASIC PARTS OF THE PROPOSAL

  • Research is not rearrangement of known knowledge

    If we knew what it was we were doing, it would not be called research, would it?

    Albert Einstein

  • Research Seeks Out of ordinary solutions

    To an uninspired scientist with a hammer, everything looks like a nailAlbert Einstein

  • Research Requires Imagination

    Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know andunderstand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand

    Logic will get you from A to B. Imagination willtake you everywhere

    Albert Einstein

  • few TIPS in writing a research proposal for FUNDING

  • Fact 1: Reviewers Your proposal is often read by one or two experts in your field. However, theprogram manager, and perhaps otherreviewers are not experts. Remedy:

    You must write your proposal for their benefit too.

  • Fact 2: Overwhelmed Managers The program managers and panel members often see a large number of proposals

    Remedy:

    You have to grab your reader's attention from the beginning.

  • Fact 3: Perfection Your proposal may not be perfectRemedy:

    Keep a humble attitude Ask people to suggest ways to improve yourproposal. Dont be defensive If they misunderstand what you were trying to say, rewrite it to clear the misunderstanding If they don't immediately see the merit of yourproposal, rewrite it until they do.

  • RESEARCH PROPOSAL FORMAT

    THREE MAJOR COMPONENTS

    1.BASIC INFORMATION

    2.TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION

    3.WORK AND FINANCIAL PLAN

  • Proposal Components

    BASIC INFORMATION1. Research / Project Title

    2. Proponent and Institution

    3. Implementing Agency/Agencies

    4. Research Project Components PROGRAM / PROJECT / STUDY

    5. Project Duration

    6. Total Budget Requested

  • Proposal Components

    TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION

    1. Rationale

    2. Objectives

    3. Expected Output

    4. Significance of the Study

    5. Review of Literature

    6. Conceptual and/or Theoretical Framework

  • Proposal Components

    7. Methodology

    Research site (location)

    Unit of Analysis / Respondents

    Research Design & Data Analysis

    Research Instrument

    Major Activities (Use a Gantt Chart)

  • Proposal Components

    8. Budgetary Requirement9. Bibliography / Literature CitedAttachments: Logframe Work plan Financial plan Profile of the proponent TERMS OF REFERENCE

  • Proposal Components

    WORK AND FINANCIAL PLAN

    1. Proposed Timetable for the Project

    2. Research Manpower schedule

    3. Budget

    4. Quarterly Financial Plan

  • POINTS TO CONSIDER

  • Points to considerI. RESEARCH TITLE

    II. BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

    III. REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE

    IV. CONCEPTUAL/THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK

    V. STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM

    VI. ASSUMPTIONS

  • Points to considerVII. SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY

    VIII. DEFINITION OF TERMS

    IX. SCOPE AND LIMITATION

    X. METHODOLOGY

    XI. BIBLIOGRAPHY

    XII. WORK PLAN

    XIII. FINANCIAL PLAN

  • RESEARCH TITLE

    Must be reflective of its problem

    Must answer the following questions:WHAT

    WHO

    WHERE

  • BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY DESCRIBE THE EXISTING AND PREVAILING

    PROBLEM SITUATION BASED ON THE RESEARCHERS EXPERIENCE

    GIVE STRONG JUSTIFICATION FOR SELECTING SUCH RESEARCH PROBLEM IN HIS/HER CAPACITY AS A RESEARCHER

    LINK AND RELATE THE BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY TO THE PROPOSED RESEARCH PROBLEM

  • REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURERelated literature includesResearch findings

    Published or unpublished theories

    Principles formulated by experts or authorities in some field or discipline

    Ideas or opinions of experts contained in books, pamphlets, magazines and periodicals

  • REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURERelated literature includes

    Written in terms of the purpose of the study

    Authoritative as evaluated

    Give reference

    Thematically organized

    synthesized

  • CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK The schematic diagram shows the

    variable included in the study Arrows or line shows the relationship

    between the dependent and independent variables

    Independent and dependent variables should be clearly discussed and explained how these would influence the results of the study

  • THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK

    Theories

    Principles

    Generalizations

    Research findings

  • STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM

    INTRODUCTORY STATEMENT reflects the main problem

    Sub-problemNot answerable by either yes or no, when and

    where Include all independent and moderate variablesArranged in logical orderExtensive in coverageMutually exclusive in its dimensions If quantitative avoid the how questions

  • ASSUMPTIONS

    A proposition of some occurences or consideration in eliminating the area of the study

    A proposition based on the researchers intuition, experience, and observations but is not scientifically proven

    Adopted as premise to the solution of the problem envisioned by the researcher

  • SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY Contribution of the study to

    knowledge New knowledge in the field A check on theMajor findings of other studiesValidity of the findings in a different

    populationTrends over timeOther findings using different

    methodology

  • THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK

    Discusses the importance of the study to:

    The societyThe countryThe governmentThe institutionThe agency concernedThe curriculum planners and developersThe researchers

  • SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY

    EXPOUNDS ON THE STUDYS PROBABLE IMPACT TO EDUCATION, SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ON-GOING RESEARCHERS AND ETC.

  • DEFINITION OF TERMS

    The terms to be operationally defined :Are those used throughout the

    studyMay be a word or a phraseUsually taken from the titleThe statement of the problem or

    hypothesis

  • SCOPE AND LIMITATION Explains the nature, coverage and time

    frame of the study Presents in brief the subject area of

    investigation, the place, the time period or school year covered

    Discuss the variables included in the study and the exclusion of other variables which are expected to be included

    Indicates the extent of capability of results arising from the sampling population

  • METHODOLOGY

    Research locale Research Design Population sampling or

    respondents of the study Research instruments Statistical treatment of data

  • METHODOLOGY

    RESEARCH LOCALE

    Discuss the place or setting of the study

    Show the target populationNOTE: only important features with bearing

    on the present study should be included.

  • METHODOLOGY

    RESEARCH DESIGN Describes the research mode

    whether it isTrue experimental or quasi-experimentalDescriptive or survey researchHistorical researchQualitative researchEthnographicetc

  • METHODOLOGY

    POPULATION SAMPLING OR RESPONDENTS OF THE STUDY

    Describes the target population and the sample frame

    Specifies the sampling technique used

    Show how the sample size is determined

  • METHODOLOGY

    RESEARCH INSTRUMENT Explains the specific type of research

    instrument used such as:QUESTIONNAIRE CHECKLISTQUESTIONNAIRE-CHECKLIST STRUCTURED INTERVIEW TEACHER-MADE TEST STANDARDIZED INSTRUMENT ADOPTED/BORROWED WITH

    PERMISSION FROM OTHER SOURCES

  • METHODOLOGY

    RESEARCH INSTRUMENT Explain instruments to be used and the

    information it will produce Explain establishment of validity and

    reliability Only experts will validate such instrument Appropriate statistical test should be given

    and the computed values derived Interpretation should be included in the

    discussion

  • METHODOLOGY

    STATISTICAL TREATMENT OF DATA

    Explain how each statistical test is used in the treatment of data

    If the instrument included options which are scaled, explain how each scale is given weight, its interval and class limits.

  • BIBLIOGRAPHYThis include all materials used and reviewed by the

    researcher:books MagazinesPeriodicalsJournalsThesis / dissertations (published or unpublished)MonographsSpeechesModulesWeb page or internetetc etc

  • BIBLIOGRAPHYIn the choice of Bibliographic

    materials, the following should be considered:

    Relatedness to the research problem

    Inclusion of recent publications (materials published in the 50s up to 90s should not be included)

  • WORK PLAN

    USE GANTT CHART

  • FINANCIAL PLAN

    Work plan and financial plan must go hand-in-hand

    PURPOSE: To trace all the activities to be

    accomplished in undertaking the study Corresponding financial requirements in

    carrying out these activities.

  • FINANCIAL PLANThe researcher/proponent must make careful

    estimates of all expenses that are likely to be incurred in carrying out the project

    It contains the followingPersonnel requirement,Materials and suppliesCommunication servicesOther operating expenses such as

    Research related travel and transportationMaterialsreproduction Testing fee Computerization Evaluation fee etc

  • FINANCIAL PLAN

    Work plan and financial plan must go hand-in-hand

    PURPOSE: To trace all the activities to be

    accomplished in undertaking the study Corresponding financial requirements in

    carrying out these activities.

  • 45

    -Louis Pasteur

    In the field of observation, CHANCEfavors only the prepared mind.

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