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Research and practice need to go hand in hand

Research and practice are two sides of a coin. Most actions result from thoroughly and well carried out research, but somehow, research has largely been confined to being just an academic activity that is carried out for satisfying the professional urges of the researchers. Translating research into practice, however, is very important, because research in itself does not mean much in the real world if what is obtained from it is not implemented. Likewise, many practical, real world products and solutions are the result of sound and in-depth research.

So, combining research and practice is of paramount importance in nearly all areas in which research and practice are carried out. It is not just the area of laboratory science or clinical trials that see research and practice; many other areas and activities involve research, for which putting its results into practice is very important for getting better results.

Education benefits vastly from the merger of research and practice

When implemented in general spheres of education, research and practice play a very important role in augmenting the quality of education. When research and practice go hand in hand, there is also a high rise in educational standards. The benefits of translating research into practice have been pretty pronounced in many areas in which research and practice have worked in tandem.

The importance of the marriage of research and practice will be emphasized during a webinar being organized by TrainHR, a leading provider of professional trainings for the human resources industry. Dr. Feyi Obamehinti, a senior teaching professional with over 20 years of experience in the educational field, will be the speaker at this webinar.

Just visit http://www.trainhr.com/control/w_product/~product_id=701635LIVE/? safetycommunity-seo   to enroll for this lively and meaningful webinar on the importance and role of research and practice in the field of education. This webinar has been approved for 1 HR (General) recertification credit hours toward aPHR, PHR, PHRca, SPHR, GPHR, PHRi and SPHRi recertification through HR Certification Institute (HRCI).

A host of areas relating to research and practice

Dr. Obamehinti will cover important areas related to research and practice at this webinar. In this session, she will cover the importance of research in the field of education. She will examine major research done in the past ten years. She will also show how to translate research into practice, offering two examples of research and how those look like in the classroom, and implications of translating research into practice.

This webinar will help participants gain more awareness of the importance of research as a necessary tool to improve education standards. It will give them a deeper insight on how to leverage research outcomes for student achievement. Moving forward, this webinar on research and practice will also help participants gain an understanding of what works in education theories and explain how the fusion of research and practice will help in professional growth. She will also offer updates that are relevant to this discussion on research and practice.

Dr. Obamehinti will cover the following areas during this discussion on research and practice:

  • Welcome/Opening statements
  • Introduction to research and its importance in the field
  • Some major research in the past ten years in the field
  • How to translate research into practice
  • Two examples of research and how that looks like in the classroom
  • Implications of translating research into practice

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