A Comparative Investigation of Bangladesh and African Sub Continent Countries Pre-Primary Education
- April 9, 2021
- Posted by: RSIS
- Categories: Education, IJRISS
International Journal of Research and Innovation in Social Science (IJRISS) | Volume V, Issue III, March 2021 | ISSN 2454–6186
Md Mirajur Rhaman Shaoan
Southwest University Chongqing, China
Background: Purpose of Comparative Education Research: Comparative education research helps to understand educational processes between the countries where the analysis is carried out. Mainly comparative education research helps understand other countries’ education systems. It also helps to draw some lessons to improve the education system. Besides, Comparative education research, many cases may generate new knowledge and contribute to the theory. Comparative education research contributes to improving the desired aspects of the education process through three specific following ways:
1. Understanding the countries themselves
2. Using the knowledge gained from the examples of the two countries to generalize to others and contributing to the theory Understanding the countries themselves
Through the use of comparative analysis, African sub continent countries will appreciate their education program. The conditions of the educational cycle and the other essential elements of comparative education research should be described. Besides, they should also consider each other’s structures and gain lessons to develop their systems. In particular, the government authority can often use comparative education research findings as evidence to identify its potential areas for improvement. They should build on others’ related perspectives to adapt them to their issues to incorporate appropriate solutions.
Using the knowledge gained from the examples of the two countries to generalize to others
The comparative education analysis refers to a thorough explanation of the history and the associated phenomena between the target countries, which occur in various geographical settings. This offers a comprehensive overview of the development of generalizations about the different facets of school systems. The themes methodology starts right from the outset to tackle the specific problems of qualitative education-comparison and study. Examples and experience from the two countries in educational systems also include generalization processes that better understand one’s school environment.