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71 Best Education Dissertation Topic Ideas

education dissertation topics ideas, explained below

It’s hard to choose and settle on a topic for your education dissertation. When I was choosing my topic, I was confused and uncertain. I wished I had a list like this that would help me out!

The topics below are best for undergraduate (B.A / B.Ed) or masters (M.A / M.Ed) students. Check out these 51 topic ideas, use them, and adapt them to create a topic that suits you.

The Lazy Man’s Top 10

before I dig in…

Here is a quick list of my top 9 favorite education dissertation topic ideas:

  • What skill development strategies can be observed in children’s play?
  • What evidence is there for the theory of multiple intelligences?
  • What are parents’ attitudes toward play-based learning in schools?
  • Is there a correlation between student stress levels and standardized exams?
  • What are the differences in teaching strategies between experienced and novice teachers?
  • What are the greatest challenges faced by teachers in their first 3 years in the profession?
  • What does the literature say about the differences between phonics and whole language learning?
  • What are the factors facilitating successful inclusion of students with behavioral disabilities?
  • What do teachers believe has been the effect of technology on students’ learning?
Read this First: 9 Tips for Choosing a Dissertation Topic


Education Dissertation Topic Ideas (List

1. dissertation ideas for studying early childhood education.

  • Structured and Unstructured Play: What are the perspectives of parents about the benefits of structured and unstructured play for children?
  • Transitioning to School: What do educators identify as the key challenges of transitioning from early childhood to compulsory schooling settings?
  • Children’s Book Representation: How do the 50 most popular children’s books of the 21 st Century promote gender norms? (For this one, consider also using the social graces concept to add a more analytical lens.)
  • Montessori Settings: What do teachers in Montessori educational settings perceive to be the benefits and limitations of a Montessori-style education?
  • Parents’ Anxieties: What are parents’ initial anxieties about sending their children to preschool?
  • Studying Promotional Literature: A semiotic analysis of the representation of the stages of play in early childhood learning center promotional literature.
  • Representation in News: How is the early childhood education and care (ECEC) profession represented in mainstream news?
  • Benefits of ECE: What do parent perceive to be the developmental benefits of early childhood education for their children?
  • Impact of Digital Technologies on Early Learning : Exploring how the use of tablets, educational apps, and digital storytelling influences cognitive and social development in preschool children.
  • Parental Involvement and Its Effects on Early Childhood Education : Examining the role of parental engagement in the educational outcomes and social development of preschool children.
  • Comparative Study of Outdoor Versus Indoor Play in Early Childhood Development : Assessing the impact of outdoor play environments versus traditional indoor classrooms on physical, emotional, and cognitive growth in young children.
  • Nutrition and Cognitive Development in Early Childhood : Investigating the correlation between nutritional intake and cognitive development in preschool-aged children.
  • Early Intervention Strategies for Children with Special Needs : Exploring effective early intervention techniques for children with developmental delays or disabilities in early childhood education settings.
  • The Role of Storytelling in Language Development : Analyzing how storytelling and narrative play contribute to language acquisition and literacy skills in early childhood.
  • Effects of Teacher-Child Ratio on Learning Outcomes : Evaluating the impact of teacher-to-child ratios in preschool settings on individual attention, learning outcomes, and overall classroom dynamics.
  • Exploring Play-Based Learning Versus Structured Curriculum in Early Education : Comparing the outcomes of play-based learning approaches to more structured, curriculum-based methods in early childhood education.
  • Social-Emotional Learning in Early Childhood Education : Investigating the integration and effectiveness of social-emotional learning programs in fostering emotional intelligence, empathy, and interpersonal skills in young children.
  • Cultural Diversity in Early Childhood Classrooms : Investigating how educators can integrate various cultural backgrounds and practices into their teaching to create an inclusive environment for children.

2. Dissertation Ideas for Studying Elementary Teaching

  • Piaget’s Stages: Are Piaget’s stages of development an accurate reflection of the abilities of children in the concrete stage of development?
  • Behavior Management Styles: What are teachers’ perspectives of authoritarian behavior management strategies ?
  • Behavior Management Strategies: What do teachers perceive as the most effective behavior management strategy for children aged 5 – 7?
  • Pros and Cons of Homework : What do parents perceive to be the benefits of no homework for children?
  • Autism in Classrooms: What are parents’ perceptions and concerns about integration of children with autism into mainstream classrooms?
  • Seating Arrangements: How do changes in seating arrangements from rows to table groups impact learning in a Grade 5 classroom?
  • Benefits of Play Breaks: According to educators, what are the benefits and limitations of regular play breaks for learning?
  • Phonics vs Whole Language Learning: What do teachers perceive to be the benefits and limitations of the phonics versus whole language learning approaches to literacy?
  • Development through Play: What skill development strategies can be observed in children’s play during recess breaks in schools?
  • Compulsory School Uniforms: What do educators in a school that has compulsory school uniforms see as the educational benefits or drawbacks of compulsory uniforms?
  • Sense of Belonging: What are the barriers and opportunities for promoting a ‘sense of belonging’ in primary school classrooms?
  • Technology Integration in Elementary Classrooms : Investigating the impact of integrating technology such as interactive whiteboards and educational software on student engagement and learning outcomes.
  • Differentiated Instruction Strategies : Evaluating the effectiveness of differentiated instruction in meeting the diverse learning needs of students in elementary school settings.
  • Parent-Teacher Communication : Analyzing the role of parent-teacher communication in student academic performance and behavioral development in elementary schools.
  • Impact of Bilingual Education : Exploring the cognitive, linguistic, and academic outcomes of bilingual education programs in elementary schools.
  • Teacher Perceptions of Standardized Testing : Investigating elementary school teachers’ views on the impact of standardized testing on teaching practices and student learning.
  • Social Skills Development Through Cooperative Learning : Examining the effectiveness of cooperative learning strategies in promoting social skills and teamwork among elementary school students.
  • Environmental Education in Elementary Curriculum : Analyzing the impact of incorporating environmental education into the elementary curriculum on students’ awareness and attitudes towards environmental issues.

Related: How to Write a Dissertation from Beginning to End

3. Dissertation Ideas for Studying Middle & High School Contexts

  • Homework vs Extracurricular Activities: What are students’ perceptions of the impact of homework on their after school extracurricular activities?
  • Nationalism in Curriculum Documents: How are nationalist ideologies reinforced and challenged in the current curriculum documents of [your jurisdiction]?
  • Preparation for Life: What are students’ perceptions of how well school prepares them for university / trades / real life?
  • Standardized Tests: What are students’ / teachers’/ parents’ perceptions of standardized tests in high school?
  • Mentorship: What do high school teachers in leadership positions perceive to be the best approaches to mentoring early career teachers?
  • Childhood Citizenship: Which models of childhood citizenship are evident in [your jurisdiction’s] curriculum?
  • Traits of Quality Teachers: What do parents perceive to be the traits of quality teachers in primary school vs. high school?
  • Students’ Perceptions of Teachers: What do adolescents see as the qualities of ‘good’ and ‘bad’ teachers?
  • Moral Values in Education: What do educators see as their role versus parents’ roles in promoting the moral values of children?
  • Migrant Challenges in the School System: What do parents of immigrant children see as the challenges their children face in schools in their new nation?

4. Educational Technology Dissertation Ideas

  • Use of Electronic Whiteboards: How prepared do pre-service teachers feel about teaching using Electronic White Boards?
  • Mobile Phones in the Classroom: What are parents’ perceptions of classroom mobile phone apps that are designed to increase parent-student interactions?
  • Impact of Technology on Learning: What are teachers’ perspectives of the impact of technology on student learning?
  • Gaming for Creative Writing: Can gaming help promote creative writing skills among boys aged 10-12?
  • Best Age for Introducing Technology: What age do parents perceive to be the best age for introducing children to technology?
  • Boys vs Girls Technology Usage: What are the differences between boys’ and girls’ technology usage habits during free time at school?
  • Online Learning Benefits and Challenges: What social, pedagogical and cognitive benefits and limitations do students face when learning online ?
  • Use of AI Large Language Models: How can Large Language Models like ChatGPT be beneficial for learning?

5. General Education and Teaching Dissertation Ideas

  • The Value of University: What do experienced educators perceive is the value of their university education?
  • Poverty and Education: What are teachers’ perceptions of the barriers and opportunities to learning for children in poverty?
  • Challenges faced by [Gender] Teachers: What challenges do male educators face in their first 5 years of teaching?
  • Anti-Bullying Policies: What are the main ways school leaders approach whole-school anti-bullying policy development?
  • Behavior Management for Developmental Delays: How do teachers differentiate their behavior management strategies for children with developmental delays?
  • Netiquette: What do teachers believe to be effective netiquette rules for online learning ?
  • Motivations for Taking a Promotion: What are the factors that impact teachers’ motivations for promotion into leadership positions in schools?
  • Reflective Practice: What do teachers perceive to be the role of reflection in their practice, and what are the most common reflective practice strategies among practitioners?
  • Theory Testing: What evidence is there for the theory of multiple intelligences?
  • Extroverts vs Introverts: How do Introverted and Extroverted Students Learn Differently?
  • Purpose of Schooling: What do parents perceive to be the purpose of schooling?
  • Experienced vs Novice Teachers: What differences are there in behavior management strategies for experienced versus novice teachers?
  • Intrinsic vs Extrinsic Motivation: What do teachers believe are the benefits and challenges of intrinsic versus extrinsic motivation strategies ?

6. Ideas that Involve Interviewing your Classmates!

A lot of my students like to use this idea because they can use a snowball sampling method rather than having to seek out teachers or schools to interview and study:

  • Concerns in Entering the Teaching Profession: What do pre-service teachers see as their biggest worries about entering the teaching profession?
  • Feeling Unprepared: What do pre-service teachers perceive to be the major factors that their degree does not prepare them for, before entering the workforce?
  • Benefits of a Dissertation Project: What do a cohort of teacher education students see as the benefits of conducting a final dissertation project prior to entering the profession? (see also: cohort effect )
  • Differences in Perspectives (Freshman vs Senior): What are the differences between freshman (first year) and senior (final year) students’ perspectives of the role of the classroom teacher in the 21 st Century?

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What to do once you Choose your Topic for an Education Dissertation

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Hopefully by now you have highlighted or written down 3 topics that caught your eye.

I recommend for your next step that you organize a meeting with your dissertation supervisor. Your supervisor will talk with you about your three ideas and give you advice on which to choose and why.

Each university has different requirements, so you’ll need to get input from your supervisor. Your supervisor is the person who can help you to navigate the special requirements of your particular program of study.

You’ll find that you and your supervisor will be able to tailor your chosen topic to you and your needs.

Good luck, and please do leave a comment below if you found this post useful!

I’m also always looking for more ideas to add to this list so if you came up with another idea, share it below.


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Topic Kickstarter: Research topics in education

If you’re just starting out exploring education-related topics for your dissertation, thesis or research project, you’ve come to the right place. In this post, we’ll help kickstart your research topic ideation process by providing a hearty list of research topics and ideas , including examples from actual dissertations and theses..

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We know it’s exciting to run through a list of research topics, but please keep in mind that this list is just a starting point . To develop a suitable education-related research topic, you’ll need to identify a clear and convincing research gap , and a viable plan of action to fill that gap.

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Overview: Education Research Topics

  • How to find a research topic (video)
  • List of 50+ education-related research topics/ideas
  • List of 120+ level-specific research topics 
  • Examples of actual dissertation topics in education
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Education-Related Research Topics & Ideas

Below you’ll find a list of education-related research topics and idea kickstarters. These are fairly broad and flexible to various contexts, so keep in mind that you will need to refine them a little. Nevertheless, they should inspire some ideas for your project.

  • The impact of school funding on student achievement
  • The effects of social and emotional learning on student well-being
  • The effects of parental involvement on student behaviour
  • The impact of teacher training on student learning
  • The impact of classroom design on student learning
  • The impact of poverty on education
  • The use of student data to inform instruction
  • The role of parental involvement in education
  • The effects of mindfulness practices in the classroom
  • The use of technology in the classroom
  • The role of critical thinking in education
  • The use of formative and summative assessments in the classroom
  • The use of differentiated instruction in the classroom
  • The use of gamification in education
  • The effects of teacher burnout on student learning
  • The impact of school leadership on student achievement
  • The effects of teacher diversity on student outcomes
  • The role of teacher collaboration in improving student outcomes
  • The implementation of blended and online learning
  • The effects of teacher accountability on student achievement
  • The effects of standardized testing on student learning
  • The effects of classroom management on student behaviour
  • The effects of school culture on student achievement
  • The use of student-centred learning in the classroom
  • The impact of teacher-student relationships on student outcomes
  • The achievement gap in minority and low-income students
  • The use of culturally responsive teaching in the classroom
  • The impact of teacher professional development on student learning
  • The use of project-based learning in the classroom
  • The effects of teacher expectations on student achievement
  • The use of adaptive learning technology in the classroom
  • The impact of teacher turnover on student learning
  • The effects of teacher recruitment and retention on student learning
  • The impact of early childhood education on later academic success
  • The impact of parental involvement on student engagement
  • The use of positive reinforcement in education
  • The impact of school climate on student engagement
  • The role of STEM education in preparing students for the workforce
  • The effects of school choice on student achievement
  • The use of technology in the form of online tutoring

Level-Specific Research Topics

Looking for research topics for a specific level of education? We’ve got you covered. Below you can find research topic ideas for primary, secondary and tertiary-level education contexts. Click the relevant level to view the respective list.

Research Topics: Pick An Education Level

Primary education.

  • Investigating the effects of peer tutoring on academic achievement in primary school
  • Exploring the benefits of mindfulness practices in primary school classrooms
  • Examining the effects of different teaching strategies on primary school students’ problem-solving skills
  • The use of storytelling as a teaching strategy in primary school literacy instruction
  • The role of cultural diversity in promoting tolerance and understanding in primary schools
  • The impact of character education programs on moral development in primary school students
  • Investigating the use of technology in enhancing primary school mathematics education
  • The impact of inclusive curriculum on promoting equity and diversity in primary schools
  • The impact of outdoor education programs on environmental awareness in primary school students
  • The influence of school climate on student motivation and engagement in primary schools
  • Investigating the effects of early literacy interventions on reading comprehension in primary school students
  • The impact of parental involvement in school decision-making processes on student achievement in primary schools
  • Exploring the benefits of inclusive education for students with special needs in primary schools
  • Investigating the effects of teacher-student feedback on academic motivation in primary schools
  • The role of technology in developing digital literacy skills in primary school students
  • Effective strategies for fostering a growth mindset in primary school students
  • Investigating the role of parental support in reducing academic stress in primary school children
  • The role of arts education in fostering creativity and self-expression in primary school students
  • Examining the effects of early childhood education programs on primary school readiness
  • Examining the effects of homework on primary school students’ academic performance
  • The role of formative assessment in improving learning outcomes in primary school classrooms
  • The impact of teacher-student relationships on academic outcomes in primary school
  • Investigating the effects of classroom environment on student behavior and learning outcomes in primary schools
  • Investigating the role of creativity and imagination in primary school curriculum
  • The impact of nutrition and healthy eating programs on academic performance in primary schools
  • The impact of social-emotional learning programs on primary school students’ well-being and academic performance
  • The role of parental involvement in academic achievement of primary school children
  • Examining the effects of classroom management strategies on student behavior in primary school
  • The role of school leadership in creating a positive school climate Exploring the benefits of bilingual education in primary schools
  • The effectiveness of project-based learning in developing critical thinking skills in primary school students
  • The role of inquiry-based learning in fostering curiosity and critical thinking in primary school students
  • The effects of class size on student engagement and achievement in primary schools
  • Investigating the effects of recess and physical activity breaks on attention and learning in primary school
  • Exploring the benefits of outdoor play in developing gross motor skills in primary school children
  • The effects of educational field trips on knowledge retention in primary school students
  • Examining the effects of inclusive classroom practices on students’ attitudes towards diversity in primary schools
  • The impact of parental involvement in homework on primary school students’ academic achievement
  • Investigating the effectiveness of different assessment methods in primary school classrooms
  • The influence of physical activity and exercise on cognitive development in primary school children
  • Exploring the benefits of cooperative learning in promoting social skills in primary school students

Secondary Education

  • Investigating the effects of school discipline policies on student behavior and academic success in secondary education
  • The role of social media in enhancing communication and collaboration among secondary school students
  • The impact of school leadership on teacher effectiveness and student outcomes in secondary schools
  • Investigating the effects of technology integration on teaching and learning in secondary education
  • Exploring the benefits of interdisciplinary instruction in promoting critical thinking skills in secondary schools
  • The impact of arts education on creativity and self-expression in secondary school students
  • The effectiveness of flipped classrooms in promoting student learning in secondary education
  • The role of career guidance programs in preparing secondary school students for future employment
  • Investigating the effects of student-centered learning approaches on student autonomy and academic success in secondary schools
  • The impact of socio-economic factors on educational attainment in secondary education
  • Investigating the impact of project-based learning on student engagement and academic achievement in secondary schools
  • Investigating the effects of multicultural education on cultural understanding and tolerance in secondary schools
  • The influence of standardized testing on teaching practices and student learning in secondary education
  • Investigating the effects of classroom management strategies on student behavior and academic engagement in secondary education
  • The influence of teacher professional development on instructional practices and student outcomes in secondary schools
  • The role of extracurricular activities in promoting holistic development and well-roundedness in secondary school students
  • Investigating the effects of blended learning models on student engagement and achievement in secondary education
  • The role of physical education in promoting physical health and well-being among secondary school students
  • Investigating the effects of gender on academic achievement and career aspirations in secondary education
  • Exploring the benefits of multicultural literature in promoting cultural awareness and empathy among secondary school students
  • The impact of school counseling services on student mental health and well-being in secondary schools
  • Exploring the benefits of vocational education and training in preparing secondary school students for the workforce
  • The role of digital literacy in preparing secondary school students for the digital age
  • The influence of parental involvement on academic success and well-being of secondary school students
  • The impact of social-emotional learning programs on secondary school students’ well-being and academic success
  • The role of character education in fostering ethical and responsible behavior in secondary school students
  • Examining the effects of digital citizenship education on responsible and ethical technology use among secondary school students
  • The impact of parental involvement in school decision-making processes on student outcomes in secondary schools
  • The role of educational technology in promoting personalized learning experiences in secondary schools
  • The impact of inclusive education on the social and academic outcomes of students with disabilities in secondary schools
  • The influence of parental support on academic motivation and achievement in secondary education
  • The role of school climate in promoting positive behavior and well-being among secondary school students
  • Examining the effects of peer mentoring programs on academic achievement and social-emotional development in secondary schools
  • Examining the effects of teacher-student relationships on student motivation and achievement in secondary schools
  • Exploring the benefits of service-learning programs in promoting civic engagement among secondary school students
  • The impact of educational policies on educational equity and access in secondary education
  • Examining the effects of homework on academic achievement and student well-being in secondary education
  • Investigating the effects of different assessment methods on student performance in secondary schools
  • Examining the effects of single-sex education on academic performance and gender stereotypes in secondary schools
  • The role of mentoring programs in supporting the transition from secondary to post-secondary education

Tertiary Education

  • The role of student support services in promoting academic success and well-being in higher education
  • The impact of internationalization initiatives on students’ intercultural competence and global perspectives in tertiary education
  • Investigating the effects of active learning classrooms and learning spaces on student engagement and learning outcomes in tertiary education
  • Exploring the benefits of service-learning experiences in fostering civic engagement and social responsibility in higher education
  • The influence of learning communities and collaborative learning environments on student academic and social integration in higher education
  • Exploring the benefits of undergraduate research experiences in fostering critical thinking and scientific inquiry skills
  • Investigating the effects of academic advising and mentoring on student retention and degree completion in higher education
  • The role of student engagement and involvement in co-curricular activities on holistic student development in higher education
  • The impact of multicultural education on fostering cultural competence and diversity appreciation in higher education
  • The role of internships and work-integrated learning experiences in enhancing students’ employability and career outcomes
  • Examining the effects of assessment and feedback practices on student learning and academic achievement in tertiary education
  • The influence of faculty professional development on instructional practices and student outcomes in tertiary education
  • The influence of faculty-student relationships on student success and well-being in tertiary education
  • The impact of college transition programs on students’ academic and social adjustment to higher education
  • The impact of online learning platforms on student learning outcomes in higher education
  • The impact of financial aid and scholarships on access and persistence in higher education
  • The influence of student leadership and involvement in extracurricular activities on personal development and campus engagement
  • Exploring the benefits of competency-based education in developing job-specific skills in tertiary students
  • Examining the effects of flipped classroom models on student learning and retention in higher education
  • Exploring the benefits of online collaboration and virtual team projects in developing teamwork skills in tertiary students
  • Investigating the effects of diversity and inclusion initiatives on campus climate and student experiences in tertiary education
  • The influence of study abroad programs on intercultural competence and global perspectives of college students
  • Investigating the effects of peer mentoring and tutoring programs on student retention and academic performance in tertiary education
  • Investigating the effectiveness of active learning strategies in promoting student engagement and achievement in tertiary education
  • Investigating the effects of blended learning models and hybrid courses on student learning and satisfaction in higher education
  • The role of digital literacy and information literacy skills in supporting student success in the digital age
  • Investigating the effects of experiential learning opportunities on career readiness and employability of college students
  • The impact of e-portfolios on student reflection, self-assessment, and showcasing of learning in higher education
  • The role of technology in enhancing collaborative learning experiences in tertiary classrooms
  • The impact of research opportunities on undergraduate student engagement and pursuit of advanced degrees
  • Examining the effects of competency-based assessment on measuring student learning and achievement in tertiary education
  • Examining the effects of interdisciplinary programs and courses on critical thinking and problem-solving skills in college students
  • The role of inclusive education and accessibility in promoting equitable learning experiences for diverse student populations
  • The role of career counseling and guidance in supporting students’ career decision-making in tertiary education
  • The influence of faculty diversity and representation on student success and inclusive learning environments in higher education

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Education-Related Dissertations & Theses

While the ideas we’ve presented above are a decent starting point for finding a research topic in education, they are fairly generic and non-specific. So, it helps to look at actual dissertations and theses in the education space to see how this all comes together in practice.

Below, we’ve included a selection of education-related research projects to help refine your thinking. These are actual dissertations and theses, written as part of Master’s and PhD-level programs, so they can provide some useful insight as to what a research topic looks like in practice.

  • From Rural to Urban: Education Conditions of Migrant Children in China (Wang, 2019)
  • Energy Renovation While Learning English: A Guidebook for Elementary ESL Teachers (Yang, 2019)
  • A Reanalyses of Intercorrelational Matrices of Visual and Verbal Learners’ Abilities, Cognitive Styles, and Learning Preferences (Fox, 2020)
  • A study of the elementary math program utilized by a mid-Missouri school district (Barabas, 2020)
  • Instructor formative assessment practices in virtual learning environments : a posthumanist sociomaterial perspective (Burcks, 2019)
  • Higher education students services: a qualitative study of two mid-size universities’ direct exchange programs (Kinde, 2020)
  • Exploring editorial leadership : a qualitative study of scholastic journalism advisers teaching leadership in Missouri secondary schools (Lewis, 2020)
  • Selling the virtual university: a multimodal discourse analysis of marketing for online learning (Ludwig, 2020)
  • Advocacy and accountability in school counselling: assessing the use of data as related to professional self-efficacy (Matthews, 2020)
  • The use of an application screening assessment as a predictor of teaching retention at a midwestern, K-12, public school district (Scarbrough, 2020)
  • Core values driving sustained elite performance cultures (Beiner, 2020)
  • Educative features of upper elementary Eureka math curriculum (Dwiggins, 2020)
  • How female principals nurture adult learning opportunities in successful high schools with challenging student demographics (Woodward, 2020)
  • The disproportionality of Black Males in Special Education: A Case Study Analysis of Educator Perceptions in a Southeastern Urban High School (McCrae, 2021)

As you can see, these research topics are a lot more focused than the generic topic ideas we presented earlier. So, in order for you to develop a high-quality research topic, you’ll need to get specific and laser-focused on a specific context with specific variables of interest.  In the video below, we explore some other important things you’ll need to consider when crafting your research topic.

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Greetings and Regards I am a doctoral student in the field of philosophy of education. I am looking for a new topic for my thesis. Because of my work in the elementary school, I am looking for a topic that is from the field of elementary education and is related to the philosophy of education.

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I am a graduate with two masters. 1) Master of arts in religious studies and 2) Master in education in foundations of education. I intend to do a Ph.D. on my second master’s, however, I need to bring both masters together through my Ph.D. research. can I do something like, ” The contribution of Philosophy of education for a quality religion education in Kenya”? kindly, assist and be free to suggest a similar topic that will bring together the two masters. thanks in advance


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110+ Exceptional Education Research Topics Ideas

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Topics for education research usually comprise school research topics, research problems in education, qualitative research topics in education, and concept paper topics about education to mention a few.

If you’re looking for research titles about education,  you’re reading the right post! This article contains 110 of the best education research topics that will come in handy when you need to choose one for your research. From sample research topics in education, to research titles examples for high school students about education – we have it all.

Educational Research Topics

Research title examples for college students, quantitative research titles about education, topics related to education for thesis, research titles about school issues, ph.d. research titles in education, elementary education research topics, research title examples about online class, research titles about modular learning, examples of research questions in education, special education research titles.

The best research titles about education must be done through the detailed process of exploring previous works and improving personal knowledge.

Here are some good research topics in education to consider.

What Are Good Research Topics Related to Education?

  • The role of Covid-19 in reinvigorating online learning
  • The growth of cognitive abilities through leisure experiences
  • The merits of group study in education
  • Merits and demerits of traditional learning methods
  • The impact of homework on traditional and modern education
  • Student underdevelopment as a result of larger class volumes
  • Advantages of digital textbooks in learning
  • The struggle of older generations in computer education
  • The standards of learning  in the various academic levels
  • Bullying and its effects on educational and mental health
  • Exceptional education tutors: Is the need for higher pay justifiable?

The following examples of research titles about education for college students are ideal for a project that will take a long duration to complete. Here are some education topics for research that you can consider for your degree.

  • Modern classroom difficulties of students and teachers
  • Strategies to reform the learning difficulties within schools
  • The rising cost of tuition and its burden on middle-class parents
  • The concept of creativity among public schools and how it can be harnessed
  • Major difficulties experienced in academic staff training
  • Evaluating the learning cultures of college students
  • Use of scientific development techniques in student learning
  • Research of skill development in high school and college students
  • Modern grading methods in underdeveloped institutions
  • Dissertations and the difficulties surrounding their completion
  • Integration of new gender categories in personalized learning

These research topics about education require a direct quantitative analysis and study of major ideas and arguments. They often contain general statistics and figures to back up regular research. Some of such research topics in education include:

  • The relationship between poor education and increased academic fees
  • Creating a social link between homeschool and traditional schoolgoers
  • The relationship between teacher satisfaction and student performance
  • The divide between public and private school performance
  • The merits of parental involvement in students’ cognitive growth.
  • A study on child welfare and its impact on educational development
  • The relationship between academic performance and economic growth
  • Urbanization in rural areas and its contribution to institutional growth
  • The relationship between students and professors in dissertation writing
  • The link between debt accumulation and student loans
  • Boarding schools and regular schools: The role these two school types play in cognitive development

Educational-related topics used for a thesis normally require a wide aspect of study and enough educational materials.  Here are some education research topics you can use for write my thesis .

  • The difficulties of bilingual education in private universities
  • Homework and its impact on learning processes in college education
  • Dissertation topic selection: Key aspects and research obligations
  • Social media research topics and their educational functions
  • A detailed educational review of student learning via virtual reality techniques
  • Ethnicities in universities and their participation in group activities
  • The modern approach to self-studying for college students
  • Developing time management skills in modern education
  • Guidelines for teacher development in advanced educational institutions
  • The need for religious education in boarding schools
  • A measure of cognitive development using digital learning methods

A research title about school issues focuses on activities surrounding the school environment and its effects on students, teachers, parents, and education in general. Below are some sample research titles in education, relating to school issues.

  • Learning English in bilingual schools
  • A study of teachers’ role as parent figures on school grounds
  • Addressing the increased use of illegal substances and their effects in schools
  • The benefits of after-class activities for foreign students
  • Assessing student and teacher relationships
  • A study of the best methods to implement safety rules in school
  • Major obstacles in meeting school schedules using boarding students as a case study
  • The need for counseling in public and private schools: Which is greater?
  • Academic volunteering in understaffed public schools
  • Modern techniques for curbing school violence among college students
  • The advantages and disadvantages of teacher unions in schools

As you create your proposed list of research topics in education, consider scientific journals for referencing purposes. Here are some Ph.D. research titles for education.

  • The modern methods of academic research writing
  • The role of colleges in advanced mental care
  • The merits and demerits of Ph.D. studies in Europe and Africa
  • Interpersonal relationships between students and professors in advanced institutions
  • A review of community colleges: merits and demerits
  • Assessing racism in academic ethnic minorities
  • The psychological changes of students in higher education
  • The questionable standards of student loan provisions
  • The merits of personalized teaching techniques in colleges
  • The wage gap between private and public university teachers
  • Teacher responsibilities in private universities versus public universities

The research topics in elementary education in 2023 are very different from the elementary education research topics from five or ten years ago. This creates interesting grounds for different research titles for elementary education.

Here are some elementary education title research ideas.

  • Assessing quick computer literacy among elementary school pupils.
  • The role of video games in childhood brain development
  • Male vs female role models in early education periods
  • The advantages of digital textbooks in elementary schools
  • The impact of modern curriculums on elementary education
  • Lack of proper school grooming is a cause of violence.
  • Should elementary school children be taught about LGBTQ?
  • A review of the need for sexual education in elementary schools
  • The effects of emotional dependence in early childhood learners.
  • The need for constant technology supervision of elementary school students
  • Advantages of computer-guided education in elementary schools

Here are some research title examples for students taking online classes.

  • The academic difficulties experienced by online students.
  • A study of decreased attention in online classes
  • The upsides and downsides of online education
  • The rising fees of online and traditional education in universities
  • A detailed study on the necessity of college internships
  • The need to provide college scholarships based on environmental achievements
  • How online education terminates university fraternities and sororities.
  • The role of academic supervisors in career selection
  • Why interactive assignments improved learning capabilities during the pandemic
  • Merits of education in online learning environments
  • Why online lessons are the least effective for some college students

The modular learning approach focuses primarily on learning outcomes. Here are some examples of research titles about modular learning.

  • Modular learning and the role of teachers in its execution
  • Teaching techniques of religious institutions
  • Potential risks of accelerated learning
  • Modular learning on students’ future performances
  • The general overview of modular learning amongst students
  • The modern Advantages and disadvantages of inclusive classes
  • Observing student developments in modular learning
  • Music therapy for fostering modular learning techniques
  • The creation of a personalized curriculum for students.
  • Applications of modular learning both in home-schooling?
  • The benefits of modular learning towards creating a more holistic educational system

These research title examples about education answer important questions and they can also be argumentative essay topics .

Here are some titles of research about education questions.

  • What impacts do learning approaches provide for students?
  • How can schools manage their increasing gender differences?
  • What fosters the provision of learning needs?
  • What are the best educational recruitment methods?
  • How can cognitive development improve education?
  • How can you assess the moral growth of institutions?
  • What are the primary causes of educational differences in geographical locations?
  • How can institutions address increasing mental health needs?
  • Why is early intervention essential in students with mental health setbacks?
  • What are the characteristics of mental health deterioration among students?
  • What techniques are acceptable in regulating the violence of students in institutions

Some of the research title examples about education include:

  • How do schools create more personalized learning methods?
  • Evaluating mental health setbacks during education
  • The impact of modern technology on special education
  • The cognitive improvements via specialized learning in dyslexic children
  • The psychological link between dyslexia and bullying in high school
  • Impact of social isolation in special education classes
  • The difficulties in providing specialized learning environments
  • A study of orphan students with disabilities and their aptitudes for learning
  • How special classes improve the self-esteem of disabled students.
  • How to use modern teaching techniques in unique learning environments.
  • A study of the application of digital games to autistic learning

Final words about education research topics

We have provided some reliable examples of a research topic about education you can use for write my thesis . You can use these research titles in education to cultivate your ideas, create inspiration, or for online research. Remember always to select a topic that you’re naturally passionate about and do diligent research, and reach out to our professional writing services if you need any help.

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168 Dissertation Topics In Education To Check Out!

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Education considers different methods of teaching and learning to promote positive changes in human life and behaviors. The field instills a gradual process of learning, unlearning, and relearning to transfer values and mold human behaviors.

Generally, education is formal, informal, and non-formal. But education as a discipline cuts across several aspects. There is alternative education as well as self-directed education. Education can also be evidence-based, open learning, and electronic.

In this article, we cover all topics regarding education and how you can get on them for your dissertations. These topics are grouped for easy selection. If you’ve been looking for compelling education topics, this article is your answer.

What Are the Characteristics of a Good Dissertation Paper?

A thesis is a long work of research that gets unreadable when poorly structured; likewise a dissertation. If you want to score excellently well in your research, then your dissertation on education should be fun and engaging. Here are features of a good dissertation paper:

Accuracy: Your dissertation paper must be accurate. By accuracy, we mean it should be factual and reflect real values. It should be devoid of misleading information. Clarity: Writing a dissertation does not mean it has to be negligent of clarity. Ambiguous terms should be broken down to allow improved readability. Conciseness: You can write in two or three short sentences rather than in blocks of paragraphs. Splitting sentences makes for more conciseness. Validity: Your dissertation should be valid and produce the needed results. It should also be topically relevant. Verifiability: If your research cannot be verified, it has failed in providing solutions. Your dissertation should be fact-checked before publication. Organization: No professor will score a poorly organized dissertation. An engaging paper should have an introduction, a body, and a conclusion.

While writing a good dissertation should follow the features above, it should also have a good topic. Below are possible dissertation topics in education you can explore.

Interesting Educational Topics

When your dissertation paper is interesting, it means it engages all senses of the readers and introduces them to new knowledge. Whether you’re writing your PhD thesis or an undergraduate dissertation about education, here are a few most interesting dissertation ideas in education you can choose from:

  • Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of sex education to youths.
  • Examine the benefits and impacts of technology on education.
  • Trace the evolution of educational approaches in history.
  • What are the implications of virtual education on traditional students?
  • What are your opinions on same-sex schools and their impact on sexuality?
  • Theoretical education or practical education; which would you go for?
  • Is apprenticeship necessary for developing educational systems?
  • What are your perspectives on grade calculation using the Bell Curve?
  • Virtual education: what are the ways to keep students engaged?
  • Education and dress code: are some of the rules outdated?
  • Principles and approach: what makes the modern teacher?
  • How to help students navigate through the huge virtual library.
  • The role of education in curtailing the classroom and cyberbullying.
  • Detail the history of some of the greatest schools in the world.
  • Explore the contributions of some of the greatest teachers in the world.
  • What are the functions of education in dealing with school violence?
  • Discuss character building as the primary role of education.
  • Explain how the concept of basic education differs from one country to another.
  • Racism and discrimination: how schools contribute to the crisis.
  • Should there be a radical change to the modern curriculum?
  • Review how homeschooling negatively impacts students.
  • What do you think are factors responsible for school dropouts?
  • Uniformity in schools and how it has overstayed its roles.
  • Should schools move to offer courses that only meet the future?
  • Bilingual education: meaning, roles, benefits, and effects.

Fascinating List of Dissertation Topics in Education

Education topics can be fascinating, but you’ll need to be intentional about them. We mean you can get topics on education that charm your readers and delight your professors. If this is what you want, here is a list of education dissertation topics we consider highly fascinating:

  • What do you think about ability grouping enhancing academic performance?
  • Blended learning: what are the effects of online education mixed with traditional education?
  • Examine the impact of bringing students through the same buses on academic outcomes.
  • How does a bigger class size influence academic performance?
  • Digital literacy and how it affects students’ learning and capabilities.
  • How essential is preschool to academic development?
  • Do homeschoolers perform better than traditional students?
  • How can schools and institutions devise learning styles that engage students?
  • Should teachers receive standard salaries or be paid based on performance?
  • The unfairness of standard testing in deciding academic potential.
  • Is distance learning the future of education learning?
  • Diversity in schools and how students can benefit from it.
  • Should the use of smartphones in classrooms be banned?
  • Why should the level of education inform employment?
  • Why do people with degrees get paid less in the 21st century?
  • What considerations make education a fundamental human right?
  • How does the level of education influence social and economic status?
  • What are the benefits and risks of learning a second language while in school?
  • What is the usefulness of soft skills in the modern-day workplace?
  • What are the impacts of globalization on the online education system?
  • What is the role of the school towards ensuring the good mental wellbeing of students?
  • Discuss the historical bias in western education systems against blacks.
  • Probe the gender bias of school policies and explain the way forward.
  • Factors responsible for the decline of ethics in schools.
  • Why there should be a balance between extracurricular activities and students’ academics.

Controversial Dissertation Topics in Education

Sometimes, it gets controversial when issues become opinionated. But controversy can be fun, too, especially when the topics are about education. These dissertation topics below, themed on education, will give you the needed heat to enjoy the dynamism of education:

  • Girls or boys: which gender does better at school?
  • At what years should children start learning in school?
  • Should young people leave school at an early age to join the workforce?
  • Education should only be mandated for the selected few and not for all.
  • Explain why teachers should be tested regardless of their qualifications.
  • Women or men: who become better teachers and why?
  • School bullies should be sent out of schools and homeschooled instead.
  • School bullying: should we blame the parents, teachers, or society?
  • Reasons school uniforms should be scrapped from schools.
  • Excluding religious studies from schools is the right decision against terrorism.
  • All western schools should prohibit any forms of religious wear.
  • Inclusiveness in schools should not consider religious beliefs.
  • Should the school take up guns to protect the students?
  • Would you rather be homeschooled or follow the traditional education system?
  • Education system: online education vs. traditional education.
  • Analyze how students in mixed schools perform better than those in same-sex schools.
  • Which is more important: practical education or theoretical education?
  • Should the government spend more on education than other sectors?
  • Is it necessary for teachers to have parenting skills?
  • Why should the world drive towards a global education system?
  • Should grades be retained or scrapped?
  • Should students learn how to type rather than how to write?
  • Probe why foreign languages should be allowed at schools.
  • What are your opinions on sex education classes?
  • Should students be mandated to learn how to code?

Childhood Education Dissertations Topics

We all have childhood memories without which a lot of things wouldn’t have been. But what better way to improve them if not to research them? Childhood education talks about the cognitive and behavioral growth of children. Here are thesis topics in education that boldly reflect that:

  • Academic performance of children with disabilities through the use of technology.
  • Perception of parents towards play-based learning in schools.
  • Relationship between children’s grades and the race for excellence.
  • A comparative analysis of children’s phonics and whole language learning.
  • Effect of technology on children’s academic behaviors.
  • How should teachers teach children gender norms and identity?
  • Explore Piaget’s theory and contributions to childhood education.
  • Should schools adopt authoritarian strategies towards children’s behavior management?
  • Challenges confronting the integration of autistic children into mainstream classrooms.
  • What are the impacts of seating arrangements on children’s academic performance?
  • What are the barriers responsible for effective classroom inclusion?
  • Should children be taught the essence of diversity?
  • Impacts of homework on low-income black children’s grades?
  • A critical review of teachers’ and parents’ roles on children’s moral upbringing.
  • Problems faced by children of immigrant parents in schools.
  • At what age should the school allow parents to introduce children to technology?
  • How are male teachers different from female teachers in considering children’s education?
  • Discuss how schools should attend to drug use tendencies among poor children.
  • What are the impacts of a negative community on poor children?
  • Challenges faced by teachers in teaching an inclusive class in lower schools.
  • The emergence of coding and the need to teach children as early as possible.
  • Explain the theory and practice of video games in improving children’s academic performance.
  • Creating an efficient school environment in developing early childhood education.
  • Combining outdoor learning with a basic curriculum to develop children’s cognitive brilliance.
  • Should children rather be taught in schools, homeschooled, or enrolled in virtual education?

Special Education Dissertation Ideas

Special education suggests the instructional needs of students with disabilities. It cuts across the classroom, hospital, learning institutions, and other educational settings. This form of education fosters learning inclusion. Below are topics that capture special education dissertation ideas:

  • Detail the history of special education in the United States.
  • What role do parents play in the education of children with special needs?
  • The social networking of children with behavioral and emotional disabilities.
  • Technological growth and the support of children with special education.
  • How can Artificial Intelligence improve the educational development of children with special needs?
  • The challenges of integrating children with disorders and functioning children.
  • How students with mental disabilities can improve academic performance.
  • Impacts of classroom bullying on disabled students.
  • What are the problems to reducing Assistive Technology for children with autism?
  • Is disability a threat to teaching and classroom inclusion?
  • Including children with learning differences and the promotion of learning experiences.
  • Videogames as a learning tool for children with disabilities.
  • Deaf students and their exclusion from learning in lower schools.
  • Threats to inclusive education and the way forward.
  • Why teachers should be trained to be more inclusive in perspective transformation.
  • An analysis of teacher support programs in guiding children with an emotional disorder.
  • The significant relationship between urban areas and children’s emotional disturbance.
  • A critical study of emotional issues faced by marginalized students.
  • Sign languages and the drive for its global adoption in schools.
  • Problems of speech-recognition software on students with exceptionalities.
  • What are your opinions on expelling students identified as emotionally disturbed?
  • Should students with special needs be provided with personal digital assistants?
  • The need for personal care assistants in special education schools.
  • What are the most effective therapies for students with emotional disturbance?
  • Understanding special education support and impact on inclusive learning.

Physical Education Thesis Topics

Physical education teaches the development of students’ physical competence and mental well-being. For students to perform a wide range of activities, they need to be in the right physical and mental mindset. We have listed below engaging physical education thesis topics for an impressive dissertation:

  • How essential is physical literacy to the academic performance of students?
  • Integration of motor skill assessments into the academic curriculum.
  • Explain how exercises improve self-confidence in students with special needs.
  • Should augmented physical education be introduced to schools?
  • Discuss how teachers’ involvement in physical activities improves academic welfare.
  • Threats to planning a comprehensive physical activity program in schools.
  • Impacts of physical education on the social skills of students.
  • What is the correlation between teaching behaviors and physical activities?
  • How can physical education promote peace and inclusion in schools?
  • How exercises lead to effective rehabilitation of students with emotional disturbance.
  • A critical study of how physical education improves general well-being is students.
  • Impacts of sports on the development of educational infrastructure.
  • The relationship between exercises and positive grade performance.
  • Analyze the impacts of computerized sports on students’ fitness performance.
  • What are the impacts of observational learning in sports on academic performance?
  • Soft skills acquisition through active engagement in physical exercises.
  • Role of physical activity and dietary supplements on the performance of students.
  • Investigating the role of aerobic capacity and muscular exercises on undergraduate students.
  • Prison education: understanding the need for policy changes in health and physical education.
  • Role of inclusive physical education towards diversity tolerance.
  • Impacts of physical education on the learning performance of elementary students.
  • A critical evaluation of sporting facilities in the education sector.
  • Teaching physical fitness improves self-perception in adolescents. Discuss.
  • How methods conflict with the boundaries of physical education.
  • What are your opinions on physical education as a tool to curtail crime rates?

Higher Education Dissertation Topics

Higher education is tertiary education that awards an academic degree. It is the next level of education after secondary education. Below is a list of higher education dissertation topics you can use for your research:

  • What factors are responsible for the decline in the Humanities?
  • Account for the discrepancy in students’ job preparation and skill development?
  • What reasons cause the rising debt of students in higher education?
  • The institutionalization of racism and discrimination in western universities.
  • The prevalence of enrollment agreements in distance learning.
  • Detail the need for a flexible, modular system in higher education.
  • Why is the modern workplace no longer accepting college degrees?
  • What factors are responsible for the divide between faculty and staff?
  • What new models or instruments should measure academic efficacy?
  • What are your opinions on the autonomy of students in language education?
  • Account the prevalence of cheating in high schools and corrective measures.
  • Is distance learning the university of the future?
  • Evaluating the social and digital skills of teachers after the pandemic.
  • How effective are course portfolios at improving higher education learning?
  • The adoption of integrative learning approaches and interactive digital strategies.
  • What are the challenges confronting modern colleges and what is the way forward?
  • What is your perspective on the de-privatization of higher education?
  • Reasons the workplace should no longer regard university grades as a criterion for jobs.
  • What are the benefits and risks of alternative higher education?
  • What do you understand by ‘meaningful’ learning and why does it matter?
  • Would you argue against skill or degree?
  • How does the consumer approach to higher education affect traditional universities?
  • What does economics education mean and what factors predate it?
  • What can students’ attitudes towards e-learning be measured?
  • Do teachers need a degree before becoming professionals in the field?

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education research topics

Welcome to a valuable resource for students on the lookout for compelling research topics in the field of education. As an aspiring academic seeking to embark on your thesis or dissertation journey at the undergraduate, master’s, or doctoral level, choosing the right research topic is crucial.

Education is a diverse and dynamic field encompassing various subjects, from pedagogy and curriculum development to educational technology and policy analysis. Our comprehensive list of topics is designed to cater to your scholarly pursuits, offering many thought-provoking ideas to explore and contribute to the ever-evolving education landscape. So, whether you are passionate about exploring innovative teaching methods, investigating the impact of educational interventions, or analyzing the challenges in educational equity, our list has you covered. Let us guide you on this enlightening journey, and together, we will uncover the perfect research topic that aligns with your academic interests and aspirations!

A List Of Potential Research Topics In Education:

  • Assessing the impact of school funding and resource allocation on student performance.
  • Investigating the role of classroom diversity in fostering intercultural understanding.
  • Analyzing the role of technology in facilitating distance education and lifelong learning.
  • Assessing the influence of curriculum design on student engagement and learning outcomes.
  • Investigating the effectiveness of parental involvement programs in supporting student success.
  • Assessing the impact of school reopening strategies on student learning and academic performance in the UK.
  • Analyzing the relationship between school climate and bullying incidents.
  • Analyzing the impact of teacher training and professional development on classroom practices.
  • Analyzing the influence of teacher training and professional development on virtual instruction in the post-COVID era.
  • Investigating the role of family support in students’ educational attainment and aspirations.
  • Investigating the influence of classroom environment on student engagement and learning outcomes.
  • The role of e-learning platforms in enhancing access to education for marginalized students during the pandemic.
  • The role of school leadership in facilitating resilience and adaptation to the pandemic in UK schools.
  • Analyzing the role of educational apps and gamification in supporting early childhood education at home.
  • Assessing the role of school leadership in promoting teacher collaboration and professional development.
  • Analyzing the effectiveness of remote assessment methods in evaluating student learning and progress.
  • Analyzing the effectiveness of school-based mental health programs in supporting student well-being.
  • Assessing the impact of socioeconomic status on educational attainment and success.
  • Analyzing the effectiveness of social-emotional learning programs in promoting student well-being.
  • Assessing the role of arts education in enhancing creativity and innovation in students.
  • Analyzing the role of emotional intelligence in classroom management and student behavior.
  • Analyzing the role of arts education in promoting creativity and problem-solving skills.
  • Investigating the impact of gender and cultural bias in educational materials and curriculum.
  • Analyzing the relationship between teacher professional development and classroom practices.
  • Assessing the challenges and opportunities of teacher collaboration in virtual learning environments.
  • Analyzing the effectiveness of project-based learning in fostering critical thinking skills.
  • Analyzing the role of educational technology in enhancing teacher instruction and pedagogy.
  • Assessing the impact of school-based nutrition programs on student health and academic performance.
  • Investigating the relationship between school culture and student engagement.
  • Analyzing the influence of socioeconomic status on educational opportunities and outcomes.
  • Assessing the impact of school discipline policies on student behavior and academic achievement.
  • Investigating the role of teacher-student relationships in promoting academic success and well-being.
  • Exploring the factors affecting college student’s choice of primary and career path.
  • Exploring the challenges and opportunities of online learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Assessing the effectiveness of educational interventions for students with learning disabilities.
  • Investigating the role of early childhood education in preparing children for kindergarten.
  • Investigating the effectiveness of educational games and gamification in learning.
  • Analyzing the effectiveness of educational technology integration in promoting student engagement in online classrooms.
  • Analyzing the effectiveness of different assessment methods in evaluating student learning.
  • Analyzing the effectiveness of early childhood intervention programs in closing the achievement gap.
  • Investigating the impact of inclusive education on students with special needs.
  • Analyzing the role of school leadership in promoting teacher professional development.
  • Investigating the role of school climate in preventing school violence and bullying.
  • Analyzing the effectiveness of different classroom management strategies in diverse settings.
  • The influence of socioeconomic status on students’ access to technology and remote learning resources.
  • Analyzing the impact of educational technology on student motivation and engagement.
  • Analyzing the effectiveness of teacher collaboration and professional learning communities.
  • Examining the effectiveness of blended learning approaches in higher education institutions post-COVID-19.
  • Investigating the role of school-community partnerships in supporting student achievement.
  • Investigating the challenges and opportunities of inclusive education in online learning environments.
  • Assessing the influence of teacher-student relationships on student motivation and learning.
  • Assessing the influence of early childhood education on cognitive development.
  • Assessing the effectiveness of school counseling programs in college and career readiness.
  • The impact of online learning on student academic performance in the UK: a post-covid-19 review.
  • The impact of technology integration on student learning outcomes in k-12 education.
  • Investigating the role of teacher training in enhancing classroom instructional practices.
  • Investigating the impact of classroom technology on student engagement and learning.
  • Analyzing the role of early childhood education in promoting long-term academic success.
  • The influence of teacher resilience and adaptability on student learning outcomes amidst the pandemic.
  • Analyzing the influence of teacher motivation and job satisfaction on student learning.
  • Analyzing the impact of financial aid on college access and enrollment rates.
  • Investigating the role of family involvement in students’ language and literacy development.
  • Assessing the effectiveness of different teaching strategies in stem education.
  • Analyzing the effectiveness of early intervention programs in addressing learning difficulties.
  • Analyzing the impact of school vouchers and school choice programs on education equity.
  • Investigating the effectiveness of homework policies in supporting student learning and achievement.
  • Investigating the challenges and opportunities of digital equity in education during and after the COVID-19 crisis.
  • Investigating the influence of school-based health programs on student health and academic performance.
  • Analyzing the influence of school size on student engagement and learning outcomes.
  • Assessing the impact of virtual internships and work placements on students’ career readiness in a post-covid world.
  • Analyzing the role of mental health support services in addressing the psychological impact covid-19 on students.
  • Analyzing the impact of education technology on student learning and academic achievement.
  • Assessing the role of education policy in addressing educational disparities and achievement gaps.
  • Investigating the influence of teacher beliefs and attitudes on classroom instruction.
  • Assessing the influence of peer group dynamics on student academic and social behavior.
  • Analyzing the impact of teacher evaluation and accountability measures on teacher performance.
  • Assessing the impact of standardized testing on student learning and teacher instruction.
  • The impact of school closures on students’ social and emotional well-being in the UK: a review of support strategies.
  • Assessing the effectiveness of online tutoring programs in improving student academic performance.
  • Investigating the impact of education policy changes in response to COVID-19 on educational equity.

In conclusion, if you are a student searching for compelling research topics in education, this comprehensive list has you covered. From examining the impact of online learning on student performance to investigating the challenges and opportunities of inclusive education in virtual classrooms, these research topics offer a diverse array of avenues for in-depth inquiry and analysis. Whether you are pursuing an undergraduate, master’s, or doctoral degree, selecting a research topic aligned with your interests and career aspirations is crucial for a successful dissertation journey. So, dive into education research and embark on a fulfilling academic journey with these intriguing research topics as your guiding beacons.

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Dissertation Topics in Education: The Complete List for 2022

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February 24, 2022

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Choosing a dissertation topic in education does take time, but it doesn’t have to be difficult at all. Once you find the right topic to explore, it should be easy to formulate a research question, do your research, and write the paper within the deadlines indicated by your professor.

It’s important to understand that the topic you choose can make or break your dissertation. That’s why we recommend in our guide to choosing dissertation topics that you should focus on a specific topic that’s equally interesting to investigate.

In this guide, we share with you 50+ dissertation topics in education that you can start exploring right away. Whether you feel stuck at the topic selection stage or you need more ideas to add to your checklist before narrowing down to one interesting subject, you will find the topic ideas shared in this guide extremely useful.

Let’s get to it.

How to Choose the Best Education Topics for Dissertation

There are four things you need to keep in mind when choosing dissertation topics in the education space. In general, the topic you select should:

  • Be relevant: For relevance, you’ll have to determine what research already exists on the topic and then determine how you can expand that study. This is where you look into history and the conclusions made by education researchers who came before you. Of course, you can expect some studies to be dogmatic and some will equally need rethinking.
  • Have a scientific significance: If you found an interesting topic to explore, but it doesn’t have scientific significance, there’s a high chance it’s not worth exploring. You do need to make sure that the topic you select allows you to write the goals and objectives of the research.   
  • Correspond to the right structure: Whatever education dissertation topic you choose, you need to make sure that it can allow you to structure the assignment based on the acceptable guidelines.
  • Have practical applications: Does your topic of interest in education have a practical significance? You should first determine who will benefit from the research or what the results will be and where exactly you can apply them.

Given these conditions, it should be clear that there are restrictions on the topics that you can choose for your dissertation assignment.

Dissertation Topics in Education: 30+ Examples You Can Explore Further

Here’s a list of 30+ education topics that can fit your dissertation project:

Education Leadership Dissertation Topics

  • Monitoring teachers’ professional abilities in the context of a paradigm shift in education
  • The willingness of teachers to engage in innovative activities as a factor in the correction of professional conservatism
  • Modernization of domestic and international general education in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century.
  • Scientific and methodological assistance for teachers’ professional and personal growth in educational institutions
  • Pedagogical model for adaptive quality control of student educational activities
  • preparing future educators to apply statistical approaches in their professional activities
  • Experience in educational engagement with the country’s young subcultures

General Education Dissertation Topics

  • The primary goal of an educational organization is to foster a democratic culture among teenagers.
  • Harassment of younger pupils in interpersonal connections in the educational setting
  • Preparation of high school pupils for dealing with harsh events
  • The Internet’s influence on students’ social and spiritual values
  • Interaction processes between students in small groups based on a customized approach
  • High school students’ cultural self-determination in the teaching of social and humanitarian subjects
  • Students’ pedagogical evaluation utilizing virtual reality technology
  • The fundamental criterion for building a value-based attitude toward health among kids is joint activities for teachers and parents.

Dissertation Topics for Public School Education

  • Are public schools better able to prepare kids for real-world issues than the protected world of private schools?
  • Is public education in the United Kingdom on the decline?
  • Schools for children with special needs should be entirely public in the interests of society and the children themselves.
  • Is parents’ unwillingness to take their children to public schools in the United Kingdom linked to drug and weapon offences and deteriorating test performance?
  • Additional food technology courses, focused on cooking, meal planning, and preparation, should be provided in public schools to promote healthy eating.
  • Should children in public schools be required to participate in sports?

Dissertation Topics in Higher Education

  • The development of cultural foundations for classical university education
  • Interactive strategies for developing interest for the study of foreign languages among students from non-core subjects
  • Conceptual basis for building a personalized educational path for students in the university’s digital educational environment
  • Using time management approaches, students’ self-education motivation may be developed.
  • Through social activities, law students’ self-education motivation is being developed.
  • Formation of the student’s civic stance in the university’s educational activities
  • Students’ self-education motivation can be increased by using the university’s scientific library.

Pre-school Education Dissertation Topics

  • Do preschoolers benefit from their social relationships with their teachers?
  • Is home-based early childhood education and care beneficial or detrimental to learners and practitioners?
  • What effect does pre-school education have on young children’s social skills and personal development?
  • What advantages do children who start pre-school at the age of two years have over children who do not start pre-school?
  • Is pre-school education designed to equip and prepare pupils for the rigors of primary school?

Dissertation Topics on Home Schooling

  • Should children who are homeschooled follow the National Curriculum?
  • Is it good that children who are home schooled are generally educated by either parent rather than a governess or another certified educator?
  • Should conventional schools implement programs in which kids may engage from home, through the Internet, rather of visiting school every day, and would this have any influence on reducing teen delinquency, dropout rates, and other issues?
  • Should the growing trend of homeschooling be permitted to continue in the absence of further legislation governing oversight and monitoring?
  • Children who are homeschooled have less behavioral issues than those who attend traditional schools. What is the reason behind this?

If none of the topics that we’ve shared in this guide interest you, you should consider getting inspiration from other sources as well.

Consider looking up for topics from the most recent studies in your field or read some dissertations of previous students in your college.

Your supervisor can also be a good source of inspiration, so all you have to do is ask them to share some ideas with you.

It’s important that you choose a topic that you’re interested in exploring so you can start and finish the project without procrastinating in between sessions.

Also, we strongly suggest making sure that your topic is relevant and specific with respect to science and applicability.

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Associate teaching professor Corliss Thompson shares her top tips for choosing your EdD dissertation topic.

You’ve learned more about why you should earn your Doctor of Education (EdD), and now you’re ready to apply. As part of the Northeastern application process, however, you’re required to submit a problem of practice that you want to pursue throughout the course of your doctoral program.

But how do you arrive at that problem of practice and narrow your area of interest down into a specific dissertation topic? Here are some tips to keep in mind.

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1. pick a topic you’re passionate about..

A lot of work goes into your dissertation—from the literature review, where you’re conducting a critical analysis of what’s been published on your topic, to interviewing stakeholders and actually writing the dissertation itself. Each of those steps take time, so you want to choose a topic that will keep you engaged and hold your interest.

When trying to decide your area of focus, consider the challenges you’re motivated to address and the difference you want to make both during and at the end of your EdD program. The goal is that you will continuously build off your dissertation research and leverage the work in a way that positively impacts your organization and/or community.

2. Ensure your topic is manageable.

You want to select a topic you can complete during the duration of your EdD program that is also aligned with your budget. If you need to travel or perform longitudinal research, your idea might not be achievable. Find what available, attainable data you can, and use that to narrow down your research into a dissertation that’s more manageable.

3. Embrace the unknown.

Although you’re passionate about your topic and it’s manageable, there will still be lingering questions about your subject. Be prepared to explore what you don’t know and deepen what you already do know. Strong research typically results in more questions.

Be ready to ask questions of yourself, others, and the literature, and get comfortable with not knowing the answer. As you’re thinking about your dissertation, keep track of inquiries that emerge around different ideas. Those may help you hone in on a topic.

4. Leverage your peers.

One benefit of enrolling in an EdD program is the diversity of backgrounds and opinions you’ll find within your cohort. At Northeastern, EdD instruction is primarily online, which enables students to connect and collaborate with professionals from around the world.

Vasiliki Goudanas Mavroudhis, a recent graduate of Northeastern’s EdD program, emphasized this benefit in her piece on what it’s like to be in an online doctoral program , saying:

The ability to not only have a cohort-based network, but one that crossed cohorts and continents, allowed me to have a far richer and deeper experience. I learned from students with different perspectives who came from different industries across a number of countries.

When fleshing out your dissertation, use that global network to your advantage. Ask your peers for constructive feedback. It’s likely they’ll have suggestions on how you can approach your topic from different cultural perspectives.

5. Know it’s OK to change your topic.

It’s natural for your dissertation topic to evolve the more research you complete and experts you interview. Actually, it’s expected.

Switching topics halfway through the program might seem like more work, but you will have already gone through the research process once and laid the foundation for your dissertation. As you approach your topic from different perspectives, it’s understandable if your own viewpoint changes a bit.

If you’re in need of inspiration, here are some examples of doctoral research Northeastern students have recently conducted:

  • “The Drop Out Decisions of Latino College Students”
  • “Changing the Experiences of African Refugee Youth”
  • “Supporting Students Through Mindful Mentoring”
  • “The Transitioning Student Veteran: Finding Your Civilian Career Through Academic Success”
  • “Bridging the Gap Between Training and Educating in Adult Learning”
  • “Watch out for Shards from the Glass Ceiling: A Study of Women Higher Educational Administrators’ Leadership Development Experiences”

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Education is one of the fields with exciting ideas for dissertation. It is possible to access top-notch dissertation ideas in education if you are serious about getting the best.

Below is a list of dissertation topics in education that will enable you to understand a variety of issues in education;

Education Dissertation Topics

  • Curriculum development and implementation in education
  • The relationships between educational institutions and the community
  • Leadership in educational institutions. How does administration affect learning?
  • Appropriate learning environments for teaching and learning
  • Government intervention strategies in education. What are the effects of Covid-19 on education, and which governments have taken measures to curb this problem?
  • Challenges faced by teachers during instruction
  • Standardized testing and its impact on learners’ education
  • Inclusion of learners living with special needs in regular school setups. What facilitates the inclusion of learners in mainstream schools?
  • Role of technology in education and its effect on students learning. What is the impact of online education on students and teachers?
  • The diverse backgrounds and cultures of different learners
  • How to support children from diverse backgrounds during the process of instruction
  • Factors that facilitate the inclusion of learners living with special needs in schools and higher learning institutions
  • Monitoring class size in educational institutions
  • Policies developed by governments to cater to diversity in learning institutions
  • Security measures in public and private schools
  • How schools deal with gender differences
  • How to equip students with skills to be incorporated into the world of work
  • Role of group work in schools.
  • Parental involvement in education. What is the role of parents in the education of their children?
  • Teaching strategies or methods to be applied by teachers during instruction.
  • How to develop interactive whiteboards for effective learning
  • How to choose appropriate learning methodologies to suit the learners’ level.
  • Consider the qualification of a teacher before terming him or her as a professional.
  • How to support early literacy skills in learners
  • Implementing collaborative learning techniques to enhance learning experiences

Childhood Studies Dissertation Ideas

  • Developing appropriate learning experiences for individual learners to help in their development
  • Schools, families, and specialists are working together for a smooth transition of individual children in schools.
  • Understanding children and their possible future careers
  • Safeguarding children in various setups in the society
  • Placement of children in different settings. Where are children placed in the local, regional or international environment?
  • General health and wellbeing of children. How does the immediate environment of a child affect his or her health?
  • The role of a child’s social, psychological, and historical backgrounds and constructions
  • Early literacy skills of a child. Does this affect their language and communication development?
  • Child abuse and its effects on the child. Does sexual abuse affect a child’s DNA?
  • Coding and processing skills during a child’s early years
  • How to develop technologies to support the cognitive development of a child during his/her early years.
  • How to evaluate trauma and effects of war on children
  • Intervention measures for children experiencing loss and grief in their early years.
  • How to acquire literacy and reading skills in a pre-school setting
  • Resources suitable for teaching and learning by children in pre-school.
  • How play develops a child – What are the benefits of the game to a child’s development?
  • Role of pre-school in building a child’s self-esteem
  • Outdoor learning and its impact on a child’s development
  • How parents influence their children’s behavior and development – How should parents involve themselves in their children’s developmental process?
  • The social and emotional development of pre-school children
  • Use of technology by pre – scholars: infants and toddlers.
  • Environmental interventions to cater to children with problems
  • Effects of pre-schooling on parents.

Early Childhood Studies Dissertation Ideas

  • Direct and indirect support of children’s learning in schools
  • Maintenance of learning environment to enable teaching and learning by young children to take place
  • Application of developmental principles and knowledge. How should you use technology and interactive media when teaching young children?
  • How to employ playful ways for children through coding stories and games – How does this build on children’s math and literacy concepts?
  • How to use reflective practices to sharpen behavior of individual children
  • How to promote language skills of kindergarten children with digital learning tools and games
  • How to support the social and emotional development in children through incorporating pictures in books
  • Equity in learning opportunities for young children. How should you deal with existing inequities, if any?
  • Role of families in supporting early childhood education
  • How to eliminate biasness during early childhood education. How can you help young children with special needs in a classroom?
  • How to provide resources for children to cope after the act of violence
  • Guidance and counseling to help young children with trauma
  • Understanding children’s vulnerability to trauma and stress
  • Impacts of Covid-19 on child care and early learning programs.
  • Helping children on developing speech and language
  • Social development of young children.
  • Curriculum development for early childhood education
  • How to incorporate safety measures to enhance healthy learning in the classroom
  • Cognitive development strategies for young children
  • How to consider physical fitness in children.
  • How to incorporate appropriate teaching methods when teaching young children – To what extent should visual ways of learning be used in a classroom?

Primary School Dissertation Ideas

  • Developing sustainable leadership in primary schools
  • Improving pupils’ performance in primary schools.
  • Inclusion in primary school education in the UK
  • How to introduce and implement cooperative learning. What are the challenges facing collaborative learning?
  • Digital and non-digital technologies appropriate for early primary school children.
  • How to implement virtual manipulative during teaching and learning Mathematics – Are manipulatives beneficial for upper primary learners?
  • How to introduce primary school students to VR development
  • How to organize, guide, and coordinate staff of different cultures and backgrounds by heads of primary schools.
  • Science education curriculum in primary schools
  • How to promote language skills of learners using digital learning tools
  • Teaching using poetry, creative dances, and visual arts.
  • Principles of teaching primary school children
  • How to assess children’s working memory in a group setting of a specific grade
  • Role of teachers in students’ life. What are the qualities of a good teacher?
  • Motivation measures that suit primary school children.
  • What school activities should be implemented to prevent violence in primary schools?
  • How to assess and measure learners’ self-efficacy and teachers’ self-efficacy. Should primary school teachers be evaluated?
  • Are national exams important in primary education?
  • Student’s attitudes towards various subjects in the school curriculum
  • How to assess students at the primary school level. Which methods of assessment are suitable for primary school learners?
  • How should teachers administer homework to primary school students?
  • Importance of breaks in the primary school curriculum.
  • Standardized tests and their impacts on primary school pupils
  • The role of teachers in building discipline in learners
  • How to incorporate rules and regulations in a classroom setting.

Dissertation Ideas For Primary Teaching

  • Managing behaviors in schools. Criteria for administering rules and regulations. Which learners should adopt a dressing code in primary schools?
  • How to improve and assess learning experiences. What are the procedures of evaluating a successful teaching and learning experience in a classroom?
  • Curriculum implementation and its impacts on primary teaching. Should PE be introduced in school timetables? Should art and culture be part of the curriculum?
  • The gap between private schools and public schools. Are children in both categories at the same level?
  • How to teach different subjects in schools – Is math a vital matter to students from an early age?
  • How to use new technology to improve learning – Do tablets or laptops positively impact learning?
  • Importance of incorporating technological skills during teaching and learning
  • Strategies of improving pupil’s academic performance in school
  • How to incorporate life skills during teaching and learning.
  • Evaluation procedures in elementary schools.
  • Challenges that children living with special needs face during their early stages in education.
  • How to maintain a safe environment for teaching and learning – How can students keep safe in a school setup?
  • Importance of libraries in schools. Which kind of books should be found in these libraries?
  • How to promote equality among children – Can a child become racist?
  • How to help aggressive children in realizing their potentials
  • Challenges faced by teachers when teaching children in primary schools
  • Training teachers for content delivery in primary schools.
  • How to borrow educational ideas from other countries for implementation in a particular country – Is it necessary? If yes, why?

Dissertation Topics In Higher Education

  • Strategies to mitigate cheating in online examinations
  • Criteria on which students are enrolled in the university. Which kind of students must study at the university?
  • How to promote meaningful learning in higher education institutions
  • What qualifications should one meet to become a professor?
  • Requirements for becoming a teacher in the tertiary level of education. What does it take to become a professional in this field?
  • How to assist higher education students in learning statistical software and analyzing data
  • Impact of higher education on career development.
  • How to enhance career planning attitudes and learning among graduates from higher education institutions
  • Use of emerging technological equipment and media in a classroom setting. ICT and its place in learning processes.
  • How to employ collaborative learning methods in higher education institutions
  • Privatization of higher education systems in the world
  • Conflict resolution in higher learning institutions.
  • Culture and its impacts on higher education in the 21 st century
  • On which criteria is grading done in higher institutions?
  • Internationalization of higher education.
  • How to solve interdisciplinary problems in higher learning institutions
  • Approaches to higher education and how they affect university curriculum and teaching styles.
  • Leadership in higher education institutions. What are the effects of diverse leadership methods on the quality of education?
  • Evaluation procedures in universities and colleges
  • Challenges faced by students living with a particular need in a higher education institution
  • How to prepare higher education students for the world of work
  • The diverse education system in universities.
  • Is health education necessary in higher learning institutions?
  • How to analyze subjects of studies offered in colleges and universities in the world
  • Effects of social media on higher learning education
  • Implementing technology in technical schools

Thesis Topics In Education

  • Behavior management in educational institutions.
  • How to maintain equity and efficiency in public schools
  • Distance education programs and their importance in academics
  • Integration of ICT in the instruction process.
  • How to avail SMART resources necessary for instruction in schools
  • Leadership in schools and its impact on education.
  • Evaluation of learners. Is standardized testing in educational institutions effective?
  • How to implement developmental programs in elementary schools
  • Private schools and their impact on education
  • Challenges faced by public schools.
  • How to implement a curriculum that suits all children – Catering for learners living with special needs
  • Bullying and its implications on learners. What is the importance of implementing conflict resolution methods in schools?
  • Homeschooling and its effectiveness to a learner
  • Techniques used in class management.
  • Behavioral problems and how to manage them in a classroom setting
  • Food and nutrition and its implications to education. Understanding the role of nutrition in the performance of students in school.
  • Study the place of parents in the education of their children.
  • Mitigating violence in schools. Why should learners be taught self-advocacy skills?
  • Computerization and its impact on education
  • How to implement sex education programs in schools – Why is it necessary?
  • Effectiveness of bilingual education on children

Master Thesis Topic Ideas In Education

  • Challenges faced in using digital skills and media in education
  • Inclusion in schools. Why children living with particular should be in regular schools
  • Technology and its impact on education
  • How to study government policies that support adult education – What is the importance of training teachers or teacher education in educational institutions?
  • Effectiveness of rules and regulations that drive education
  • Ways of managing the challenges facing the education sector.
  • Evaluation and assessment methods used in education
  • Face-to-face learning and online learning. What are their advantages and their limitations today?

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University : Columbia University Faculty : History Author : Julien Saint Reiman Award : 2018 Charles A. Beard Senior Thesis Prize Title : “A Starving Man Helping Another Starving Man”: UNRRA, India, and the Genesis of Global Relief, 1943-1947

University: University College London Faculty: Geography Author: Anna Knowles-Smith Award:  2017 Royal Geographical Society Undergraduate Dissertation Prize Title:  Refugees and theatre: an exploration of the basis of self-representation

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University:  University of Edinburgh Faculty:  Informatics Author:  Christopher Sipola Award:  2018 Social Responsibility & Sustainability Dissertation Prize Title:  Summarizing electricity usage with a neural network

University:  University of Ottawa Faculty:  Education Author:  Matthew Brillinger Award:  2017 Commission on Graduate Studies in the Humanities Prize Title:  Educational Park Planning in Berkeley, California, 1965-1968

University:  University of Ottawa Faculty: Social Sciences Author:  Heather Martin Award:  2015 Joseph De Koninck Prize Title:  An Analysis of Sexual Assault Support Services for Women who have a Developmental Disability

University : University of Ottawa Faculty : Physics Author : Guillaume Thekkadath Award : 2017 Commission on Graduate Studies in the Sciences Prize Title : Joint measurements of complementary properties of quantum systems

University:  London School of Economics Faculty: International Development Author: Lajos Kossuth Award:  2016 Winner of the Prize for Best Overall Performance Title:  Shiny Happy People: A study of the effects income relative to a reference group exerts on life satisfaction

University : Stanford University Faculty : English Author : Nathan Wainstein Award : 2021 Alden Prize Title : “Unformed Art: Bad Writing in the Modernist Novel”

University : University of Massachusetts at Amherst Faculty : Molecular and Cellular Biology Author : Nils Pilotte Award : 2021 Byron Prize for Best Ph.D. Dissertation Title : “Improved Molecular Diagnostics for Soil-Transmitted Molecular Diagnostics for Soil-Transmitted Helminths”

University:  Utrecht University Faculty:  Linguistics Author:  Hans Rutger Bosker Award: 2014 AVT/Anéla Dissertation Prize Title:  The processing and evaluation of fluency in native and non-native speech

University: California Institute of Technology Faculty: Physics Author: Michael P. Mendenhall Award: 2015 Dissertation Award in Nuclear Physics Title: Measurement of the neutron beta decay asymmetry using ultracold neutrons

University:  Stanford University Faculty: Management Science and Engineering Author:  Shayan O. Gharan Award:  Doctoral Dissertation Award 2013 Title:   New Rounding Techniques for the Design and Analysis of Approximation Algorithms

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Many people consider teaching to be their calling or passion. A teacher’s role in society is crucial, whether they teach preschool children, primary school children, secondary school children, or university students.

Before starting teaching, you will typically have to complete your dissertation on a suitable research topic. Here are some potential teaching dissertation topics to help you land your dream teaching job and make a valuable contribution to the field.

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  • Are teachers with Montessori training more prepared to work with preschoolers than those with traditional preschool or nursery-related training?
  • Are educators less committed today than they were two or three decades ago?
  • Is it still believed that teaching is merely a job, not a profession, vocation, or calling for people today?
  • Providing scientific and methodological support for teachers’ professional and personal development in educational institutions
  • The ability of educators to participate in novel activities as a means of counteracting professional conservatism
  • Are educators adequately prepared to educate children today in the face of advancing problems and dangers like drug use and armed insurgency?
  • To help troubled students change their life, how can teachers better coordinate with the police, social agencies, and their parents?
  • Examine the behaviour management methods used in teacher training programs
  • Has the field of teaching become riskier during the past 20 years? And are educators more likely to experience violence at the hands of their charges?
  • As secondary school classrooms become increasingly disorderly and gang involvement among inner-city youngsters rises, should teachers receive basic self-defence training?
  • Would preparing former soldiers to teach in “difficult” inner-city school settings assist in improving behaviour and academic performance?
  • Educating future educators on how to use statistical methods in their work
  • A pedagogical model for flexible quality assurance of learning activities for students
  • What do so-called “Mickey Mouse” degrees like media studies serve?
  • Would more people become teachers if there were more support services, outstanding training, or a higher pay scale for teachers?
  • How has the role of the principal or head teacher evolved into that of an administrator or manager?
  • Are teachers currently having a significant impact on the character development of kids under their care?
  • An examination of the primary motivations for becoming teachers
  • What major socioeconomic shifts will follow the epidemic, and what will be the biggest obstacles for teacher preparation in the ensuing decade?
  • Discuss the advantages of purely on-the-job teacher training compared to college teacher education programs
  • How has technology altered the way teachers are trained?
  • What are the distinctions between experienced and inexperienced teaching approaches?
  • What difficulties do new instructors encounter throughout their first three years in the field?
  • A study of teachers ‘ dropout’ rate after their first three years in the industry.
  • What do educators think about rigorous methods of behaviour control?
  • What approach to behaviour control do instructors believe is most successful for kids between the ages of 5 and 7?
  • How do educators modify behaviour control techniques for children with developmental delays?
  • What guidelines do teachers think are the most useful for online learning?
  • What are the motivating elements for teachers to be promoted into leadership positions in schools?
  • What purpose does reflection serve in teachers’ professional lives, and what are the most often used reflective practice techniques?

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The final step in a PhD or Master’s course is the submission of a dissertation . A dissertation is a research paper that summarises the research conducted and includes findings either on a question or a topic chosen by the student. It is important as it demonstrates a student’s knowledge of the subject and ability to use research methods to define a topic. Students are required to select a dissertation topic of their choice. Choosing a topic can be confusing so this blog helps you understand how to narrow down a dissertation topic and provides a list of dissertation topics in various disciplines.

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There are mainly two types of dissertations- empirical and non-empirical. The choice of the dissertation depends mainly on your field of study.

An empirical dissertation involves collecting data and researching through methods where conclusions of the study are strictly drawn from concretely empirical evidence, and therefore “verifiable” evidence. It focuses on collecting and analyzing original data. Students can conduct research using qualitative and quantitative research methods like case studies, surveys, observation, laboratory experiments, and interviews.  Empirical research tests hypotheses in order to arrive at valid research outcomes and assumptions are tested.

A non-empirical dissertation involves the use of theoretical data and working with existing research or other texts, presenting original analysis, and argumentation, but there is no original data. It focuses more on theories, methods, and their implications for educational research. Non-empirical research theorizes the logical assumptions of research variables and assumptions are entirely theorized.

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Two types of primary research for the dissertation include qualitative and quantitative research methods:

  • Quantitative Research Methods gather information through numerical data. It is used to quantify opinions, behaviors, or other defined variables. It can be used to study a large group of people. The information is gathered by performing statistical, mathematical, or computational techniques. Examples of quantitative research methods include surveys, experimental research, correlational research, longitudinal study, cross-sectional, causal-Comparative research, descriptive research, etc
  • Qualitative research methods gather non-numerical data. It is used to find meanings, opinions, or underlying reasons from its subjects.  It is associated with studying human behavior from an informative perspective. It aims at obtaining in-depth details of the problem. Examples of qualitative research methods include case studies, Observational methods, one-on-one interviews, focus groups, text analysis, etc
  • Mixed method research is where quantitative and qualitative methods of research are combined

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When it comes to choosing a topic for your dissertation, many students find themselves confused. Here are some tips that will help you narrow down a topic for your dissertation:

  • First, check the requirements of your course
  • Since your dissertation and research will take time, probably months, you should select a topic that interests you. 
  • Start by brainstorming and researching your field of study
  • Get inspired by previous students’ work and research
  • Make a list of broad topics you find interesting. Shortlist the one on which you can do research.
  • Narrow down your topic by picking a niche
  • Try to pick something original and a small and specific topic. Remember not to be too vague or too narrow
  • Consider the type of research to want to perform and whether the topic has academic and social relevance
  • Ask your lecturers or supervisor for advice and get your topic approved

Here are all the subject-wise dissertation topics to explore:

  • Comparing the Economies of Developed  vs Developing Countries
  • How Social Networks Contribute to the Growth of the Global Economy
  • Covid-19 Implications on the Economy
  • Consumer Behavior and Eco-Friendly Production
  • Gender Wage Gap: Legislative and Ethical Issues Dealing with Salaries in Developing Countries
  • How China’s Production Influences the Global Economy
  • Micro-financing Institutions and the Level of Poverty in Developing Countries
  • How Oil Consumption Influences Global Economy
  • The impact of local and regional cultures on shaping entrepreneurial economic development.
  • How do habits and routines affect productivity? The case of (an industry).
  • Research to identify the impacts of Coronavirus on banking and the future of banking after the pandemic
  • How Globalization leads to Mergers and International Economic Cooperation
  •  Role of the World Bank in the International Economy
  • Technological innovations and their influence on green and environmental products.
  • Fiscal policy and the global economy: The scope for, and benefits from, international Coordination Fiscal and labor market policies in response to Covid-19 in different countries
  • Is Online Marketing Effective for Technological Startups?
  • How Globalization Impacts Small Business
  • The Specifics of Instagram Marketing and Advertisement Placement
  • Consumer behavior during a recession.
  • Brands Influencing Consumers Buying Behaviors – A Case Study On (Brand/Company)
  • The Influence Of Advertising On Consumer Behavior
  • Evaluation of best HR practices for improving employee commitment
  • Strategies to continually maintain customers’ satisfaction and trust levels in an electronic shopping
  • Surviving political turmoil
  • Digital marketing during the COVID-19 crisis.
  • Recent research and responses of various countries for the treatment of COVID-19.
  • Is it good to take antibiotics during the infection of microbes in the human body?
  • Exploring the ethical dilemmas faced by healthcare professionals during COVID-19: Establishing policies for best practice.
  • Management of Drug Dependency Programs
  • Detailed assessment of the long-term usage of steroids on the overall health conditions of individuals.
  • Communication and Public Health during the Pandemic
  • Implementation of Modern Recovery Programs in Hospital Care System
  • Challenges in recognizing rare infectious diseases
  • Epidemics versus pandemics
  • Sequelae and effective diabetes management
  • How Capitalism Contributed to the Development of Conceptual Art
  • Shift in Gender Roles in Marvel Comic Books in the Last 20 Years
  • Social Networks’ Impact on Slang Language
  • How has Globalization Influenced Cultural Relativism?
  • New Ethics in a Digital Age
  • Economical, Social and Political Causes and Results of the Great Depression
  • Effects of the Industrial Revolution concerning World War I.
  • Body Image and Social Construction of Normality
  • Warfare and Violence in Ancient Times
  • The history of design in various periods of human existence
  • How Gender Roles and Stereotypes Influence the Divorce Process
  • The Rise of Cyber Crimes and Punishments
  • Race Discrimination in Modern Law System
  • A deeper look at the history of the death penalty.
  • Did the US involvement in Iraq provide justice or violate the law?
  • Analyzing the impact of trade unions and their work
  • Assessing the mediating role of corporate social responsibility in companies’ performance.
  • Evaluating the implications of Brexit on the protection of intellectual property rights in the UK.
  • Section 377 and the Dignity of Indian Homosexuals
  • Legal Issue of Child Labor in the Third World Countries
  • Modern Technology that Contributes to Biology Science
  • Effects of Pesticide Use on the Quality of Water
  • The Concept of Uncertainty in Quantum Physics Based on Particle-Wave Duality
  • String Theory and Black Holes
  • Discovery of New Species: Can We Expect More?
  • How to Fight Mercury Contamination in the Environment
  • Could Ebola be Used As a Biological Weapon?
  • Solid-state physics and its modern implication in different fields.
  • The Future of Synthetic Chemistry
  • Nearby Galaxies and Young Stellar Clusters
  • Political Reasons Behind Gender Inequality
  • Tectonic Theory and Forecasting of Earthquakes
  • The role of mass media in the electoral process of a state or a country and how its influence dictates the results of an election.
  • The process of the formation of coral reefs and their use.
  • Effect of Deglaciation on the polar volcanoes
  • Contraction of One’s Identity in Urban Landscape
  • Youth Activism and Social Work
  • Emission profile of a fast-food restaurant
  • Post 9/11 Pakistan-Afghanistan relations and their impact on world politics
  • The gap between ideology and competency of foreign political powers
  • Correlation Between Raise of Social Networks and Anxiety Disorders Among Teenagers
  • Correlation Between Patient’s Immune System and Mental Health
  • Treating Strategies for Patients with PTSD
  • Preparing Patients With Anxiety to Return to the Workplace
  • Media violence and children
  • Relapse in the addictive behaviors
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) From A Neurosciences And Behavioural Approach
  • How does separation between parents cause distress among children
  • The mental health of homeless people
  • Why is there an increase in eating disorders among the youth?
  • Social Anxiety and social depression effects on an introverted child
  •  Workplace Bullying and its Psychological Impact on Employees’ Performance
  • Impact of Covid-19 on mental health
  • childhood trauma and outline its effects
  • A study of long-term psychological effects of divorce on the adult children of divorcees
  • Impact of the Internet on the social life of Students.
  • Educational assessment of students using virtual reality technologies
  • Interaction between students of different ethnicities based on a differentiated approach
  • Harassment Prevention of younger students in School
  • Illegal behavior of students in high-school 
  • Importance of self-studying for students
  • Development of Time management for students
  • Personal development of teachers in educational institutions
  • The role of Sustainability in educational institutions
  • The rising cost of academic education

Something that will allow you to produce “a polished piece of work within a limited amount of time and with a limited amount of cost.” A good dissertation topic seeks to challenge and subdue the existing assumptions and theories. It introduces a new and unique perspective on the status quo. Here are some defining factors of a good dissertation topic:

  • Choose a topic you love to research and unravel
  • A topic that challenges the pre-existing theories in your discipline
  • Seeks practical, philosophical, and social solutions and answers

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  • The future of didactics
  • Teaching digital literacy
  • What is “learning loss”?
  • Augmented reality in the classroom
  • Real-time performance data in education
  • Cognitive science and learning environments
  • Ways of monitoring students’ mental health
  • Girls’ education and empowerment
  • Mental effects of distance learning
  • Online teacher-parent communication
  • Distant education in the era of COVID-19 pandemic
  • The role of technology in distant learning
  • Student-student communication in distance education

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  • “Go out into the field.” If you don’t work in the area of education, it can be beneficial to visit some schools and colleges. Seeing how all the methods are applied in real life gives some food for thought.
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  • Early childhood education : learning through play. We already discussed the importance of education in the development of our society. You see, the personality and mindset of a person are developed in the first years of their lives. Early childhood education is the foundation for the rest of the child’s life.
  • Evaluation of the ability grouping method effectiveness. Ability grouping is creating groups of pupils with the same abilities, unlike the more popular age grouping strategy. However, there might be some challenges. For instance, the group should be rearranged if one child starts developing faster. You can research its effectiveness.
  • How does the blended learning approach affect students’ performance? Blended learning has been getting more and more popular recently. It is a modern learning approach that combines traditional classes with online materials. It requires strong management skills from students but gives more opportunities in the age of technologies.
  • Growing classes: do learning outcomes suffer from it? It looks like there are fewer and fewer professionals willing to teach at schools. But the demand is growing, which results in bigger classes. Teachers can’t possibly split and attend to each and every student with the same level of individual approach. So how does it affect students’ performance ?
  • The trends in computer literacy . Nowadays, no one is surprised by a toddler using a tablet or a smartphone without any trouble. Technologies are also incorporated into the learning process. You may write on it with an argumentative approach or see what trends there are and compare them.

The trends in computer literacy.

  • How to recognize which learning style a student needs? There are four learning styles based on different ways students perceive information. For some, it is easier to visualize information; for others, it is all about reading. Look into how schools apply this knowledge, how the best teachers find individual approaches, or how can a study styles quiz help in determining the best educational strategy.
  • Should all teachers receive merit pay ? Let’s talk about finances now! Being a teacher is an essential but sometimes tough job. Most teachers overwork and don’t even have weekends. However, they would still receive a standard paycheck. Is it fair? Or should they be paid according to their performance ?
  • Standardized testing as a fair judging system. Standardized tests were created to evaluate the performance of the students in all the schools around the country. However, how effective are they? Are the quality of education and budgeting the same in all schools? Many aspects should be taken into consideration.
  • From homeschooling to successful careers: an overview. There are many reasons why mothers would prefer homeschooling to public education. However, only one thing matters – its effectiveness. If you know anyone who was studying at home, take this chance to analyze how it affected their current life. It is one of the experimental research topics in education.
  • How do children benefit from bilingual education? At the times of globalization, this question is undoubtedly relevant. There are more and more advocates for bilingual education. Studies have shown that kids who study in two or more languages have better cognitive abilities and overall academic achievement.
  • Single-sex education vs. mixed-sex education. The division started to honor traditions and religion. You might think that it is in the past… But, today, there are still plenty of separate schools for boys and girls. There are many debates on this issue and an excellent chance to research it from the scientific point of view.
  • Where is the line for parental involvement ? It is easily one of the best education research topics. Maybe it is too biased for a thesis but could be excellent as a research paper for majors like psychology and communication. Parental involvement is undoubtedly essential, but is there a limit? Parents sometimes overdo it!
  • Boarding schools : advantages & disadvantages. Sometimes parents send their kids to the boarding schools to get rid of them. But often they underestimate the stress that students go under there. Spending all their time on the school premises, even at the weekend. It can be psychologically exhausting.
  • How should a proper sex education program look like? Let’s leave the Netflix show aside, though… In real life, it is much less dramatic. But just as important! In many schools, there is a lack of sex ed classes. And even if there are some, they don’t seem to be working… However, this topic is vital for youth health and is worth researching.
  • Reforming the school schedule: the most efficient solution. This education research topic list would not be complete without this highlighting this issue. There is no way to satisfy all students’ needs regarding the schedule. But that is what compromises for! Maybe your research can become the next universal solution.
  • How can career counseling support high school students? Career counseling might be a good investment for schools. Counselors analyze students’ unique abilities and skills based on the scores as well as their passions. It is also a great chance for students to evaluate their real prospects for a specific career path.
  • The benefits of the flipped classroom approach. The flipped classroom approach is kinda a type of blended learning. Students are asked to learn the new material at home. When they get to school, they work through it with a teacher and create discussion groups. But does it really work?
  • How does Race to the Top program affect students’ outcomes? Race to the Top is an initiative that helps to reform the education system by giving grants to states. It provides multiple opportunities, such as creating data systems and organizing training for teachers. However, it met a wave of criticism.
  • The new solutions to prevent violence at schools . Education is good, but children can be mean to each other. Whenever kids get together, there are always fights. It is hard even dealing with and preventing sounds impossible. But you only need to study some cases of educational institutions in countries like Sweden.
  • Why should teachers join teacher unions ? Teacher unions are organizations that connect professionals who want to stand for their rights. It may be extremely beneficial if a teacher seeks legal advice. But is it the only advantage of joining the union? You can elaborate on this topic, which is relevant at all times.
  • Adapted physical education vs. usual physical education
  • Is busing still relevant, and should it be stopped?
  • How to avoid plagiarism?
  • Charter schools vs. public schools : compare & contrast
  • Online courses interaction: types and effects
  • The inclusivity in charter schools
  • High school students and vocational education
  • Should collaborative learning be applied more in high school?
  • Comparing education in USA and in Saudi Arabia
  • Do Common Core State Standards succeed in preparing students for college ?
  • Evidence-based model and solving problems with school funding
  • Why is computer-assisted instruction also necessary for non-IT students?
  • Personal lecture results
  • Data-based decision making in assessment
  • The role of teachers and parents in the discipline : compare & contrast
  • Education: qualitative research study roles
  • Should time management be taught in schools?
  • Education: peer evaluation system
  • Do dual enrollment programs put more pressure on high school students?
  • College student life: participation, perceptions and satisfaction
  • DACA and DREAM act : compare & contrast
  • Impacts of teaching detective stories to esl students
  • Can Kalamazoo Promise initiative be applied in other states?
  • Liberal arts: Otis College of Arts and Design
  • Using Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligences to create a new learning approach
  • Where and how sex education should be conducted among the young people?
  • Where is the limit of self-improvement: the case of the No Child Left Behind Act ?
  • Homeschooling: argumentation for and against
  • School sex education and teenage pregnancy in the United States
  • The effect of outcomes-based education on children’s mental health
  • Education: financial aid for college students
  • The benefits of peer-counseling
  • Learning methods: online learning
  • School uniform in learning institutions
  • Improving oral reading skills to enhance reading comprehension
  • The root causes of plagiarism in high school
  • Religion in schools: is there a place for it? Pros and cons
  • Are plagiarism and dishonesty in childhood connected?
  • Should a school choice be a usual practice?
  • Education issues: differentiation and technology
  • The best school-to-career programs in the country: an overview
  • The concept of lifelong learning
  • Studying abroad: pros and cons
  • Is there still a need for school-to-career programs?
  • Addressing bullying in elementary and middle school classrooms
  • What is STEM lacking?
  • STEAM vs. STEM: compare & contrast
  • Peer evaluation system in education
  • The ways of integrating technology into the classroom
  • College education: arguments for and against
  • How to prevent students from being distracted by smartphones ?
  • Continuing nursing education: a 3-5 year plan
  • Psychology of the high school: why do students become bullies ?
  • Adult education: reasons to continue studying
  • How to prevent cyberbullying among teenagers?
  • Flipped classroom in nursing schools
  • Do virtual classrooms lack a personal connection between students and teachers?
  • Classroom management and techniques to incorporate in student’s reinforcement plan
  • Will virtual classrooms substitute real-life classes in the future?
  • Children’s bullying in school
  • Is the whole brain teaching method effective for college students?
  • Gamification in education practice
  • Uniforms : killing individuality or improving discipline?

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  • Perceptions about relationships around schooling
  • Does the zero-tolerance policy violate the law?
  • Academic dishonesty and its detrimental effects
  • Online education and e-learning: potential and benefits
  • The approaches to emotional development in early childhood education
  • Understanding student’s professionalism
  • Importance of sex education
  • Sex education curricula as the factor that reduced the number of pregnancies in Fayette and Shelby counties
  • School communication
  • Encouraging students in reading and literacy
  • The correct ways to minimize plagiarism and cheating
  • The role of textbooks in education
  • Why do college students drop out of school?
  • Social skills vs. general knowledge: what is more important in early childhood education?
  • Distance learning and social change
  • A school without homework: a case study
  • The role of history learning in society
  • Public vs. private schools : what affects academic achievement?
  • The impact of education on life quality
  • Educational experiences and significant career goals
  • The most advanced best practices in adult ESL instruction
  • College entrance exams in the US and China: the competitiveness
  • Information technologies & online learning
  • An information overload: what are high school students’ limits?
  • The impact of education on life qualityEducation: Internet courses versus traditional courses
  • Multicultural education : how does it promote a positive attitude?
  • Course evaluation methods
  • Critical thinking in education
  • Criterion and norm-referenced tests in education

🚌 Special Education Research Topics & Ideas

Special education makes it possible for students with special needs to receive all the individual support they require. There are plenty of interesting special education research topics you can choose from:

  • Practical approaches to teaching students with an auditory processing disorder. The percentage of children diagnosed with an auditory processing disorder (APD) is rising. Despite the difficulty in diagnosing, there is believed to be at least 5% of students having this learning disorder. It doesn’t affect the hearing itself but makes it hard for children to process what they hear.
  • Music therapy for children on the autism spectrum : what instruments are the most effective? Children on the autism spectrum find it difficult to interact socially. Some studies show that music therapy helps them become more flexible and responsive. In turn, it promotes the development of their social skills. For example, the didgeridoo playing showed significant results.
  • Karaoke as a way to help children with learning disorders . Kids with learning disabilities need special care. It is one of the research paper topics on education which can bring a brilliant solution! It has been shown that children with learning disorders did much better in reading tests after doing karaoke-based exercises.

Karaoke as a way to help children with learning disorders.

  • How does peer support help children with disabilities socialize in the classroom? We have already mentioned a topic related to peer review, which is quite a good one for the thesis. Here, you can study how peers can help their classmates with special needs. It is especially relevant for schools with inclusivity policies.
  • Cooperative learning & students with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder . Cooperative learning is vital in early childhood. Most schools choose this approach because of its apparent benefits. However, kids with ADHD might see it as a real challenge. Look into the best ways to engage them in cooperative learning activities without harm.
  • Social skills : the best time for children with EBD to learn them. It is one of the research topics in social studies education. Secondary school becomes a tough period for students with emotional and behavioral disorders. It is the time when social skills training is as relevant for them as never before. However, what is the best time to start SST?
  • How to develop self-determination in children with disabilities ? Self-determination is one of the most vital components of growing up. Every independent human being needs to have it developed. But what about children with special needs? Since they rely heavily on support, it is the educators’ responsibility to help them build self-determination.
  • What are the negative sides of the response to intervention approach ? Response to intervention is not a new method. However, it has appeared to be controversial. It not only focuses on children with special needs but on every student who struggles to achieve a specific level. Some evaluations show its ineffectiveness, though.
  • Inclusive classes vs. special education . It is one of the most relevant child development research paper topics. Special education classes were created out of fear that students with learning disabilities cannot reach the same level of academic achievement in usual courses. However, it seems that the performance is the same in both approaches.
  • How does grade retention affect children with learning disabilities ? Even frequent testing can be a stress for any student. How do children with learning disorders feel then? What’s more, they are put under more pressure if they need to repeat the year? Therefore, some particular approaches need to be applied to prevent it.
  • Why should students with learning disabilities be included in the Adequate Yearly Progress evaluation?
  • Is a foreign language learning disability a real thing?
  • Learning disabilities : when is a child’s communication considered delayed?
  • Are students more engaged in self-directed IEP classes?
  • Teaching communication skills for students with autism
  • Zero-tolerance policy & students with special needs
  • Assessing students with learning problems
  • Strategies for addressing individual needs in special education
  • How effective is the Reading Recovery program?
  • Inquiry in the field of education: critical and historical analysis of inclusion of students with disabilities
  • Early intervention & students with hearing disabilities
  • Inclusive classes & bullying prevention
  • Technology integration for children with learning disabilities
  • Education for students with autism in Saudi Arabia
  • Blended learning & children on the autism spectrum: pros and cons
  • Special education & trauma-informed learning
  • Should twice-exceptional students still get a special education approach?
  • What are the causes of disproportionality in special education?
  • Self-monitoring & students with learning disabilities
  • How does virtual reality help students with autism adapt to stressful real-life situations?
  • Homeschooling children with learning disorders
  • How to prevent special education teachers from burnouts?
  • Co-teaching & special education
  • Is full inclusion a good idea?
  • Student-led planning to promote independence in special education
  • Early detection & learning disabilities

👶 Child Development Research Topics & Ideas

Child development is a vast area since it covers both the physical and mental development of a child from birth to adulthood. Below you can find 30 child development research topics suitable for your project or even a dissertation!

  • Mother-child connection: how does stress affect a child’s wellbeing? Everyone knows about the mother-child connection, but not many know how deep it is. During pregnancy, a woman can get into a stressful situation. It may cause chemical reactions in the brain of a child, which, in turn, affects its future health.
  • What role do genes play in child development ? Some of us are used to blaming genes for one thing or another. However, it appears that the environment in which we grow up is much more critical. You can debate on how a child’s environment cases chemical modifications in genes.
  • How does living in a community affect child development ? Of course, parents are the primary caregivers for small children. On the other hand, there are advocates for shared responsibilities. In communities, kids interact mostly with close neighbors. A child is open to more experience this way. Elaborate on this topic.

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  • Child development : does it slow down after the third birthday? It is true that in the first three years of life, children develop the most basic brain functions very actively. However, it doesn’t mean that after that they can’t learn anything new! So what areas of the brain stop active development after the child’s third birthday, if any?
  • How is neglecting and ignoring your child worse than physical punishment? Physical violence against children is addressed as one of the main issues in child development. Undoubtedly, it has incredibly adverse effects on a child’s mental health. However, neglect is often omitted. It may cause severe disruptions in the healthy social life and development of a child.
  • Childhood trauma & happy life. Children who faced violence or any other unpleasant experience have a higher risk of developing stress-related disorders. On the other hand, it is not a rule. If a child gets sufficient support as soon as possible, traumas may just become a neutral life experience for them.
  • What care should traumatized children be provided? It is not enough to just save a child from a traumatizing environment. They can still feel insecure even in safe and predictable surroundings. This situation would require more than one action. A child needs therapeutic care for sooner recovery.
  • Child development: coping with troubles alone or in a team? Usually, parents try to teach their children to become more independent. Being brave and only relying on yourself is promoted as socially acceptable behavior. But scientists found out that it’s not individualism that helps to overcome obstacles but supportive relationships.
  • Responsive relationships & child development . It appears that having a healthy relationship with parents in childhood is related to having good mental health. Parents should practice responsive relationships with their children. It promotes healthy brain development and resilience in kids. You can research this connection.
  • Why should parents teach core life skills to their children? Children are capable of learning how to adapt to life on their own. But researchers highlight that parents can significantly help in this process by teaching core life skills to children. This scaffolding process helps kids learn, develop, and make healthy life choices.
  • Why is reducing stress essential for child development?
  • Family factors that shape children’s behavior
  • How does the process of building neural connections change with time?
  • Why is it essential to respond to the child’s interaction actions?
  • Child development: using the early plasticity at full
  • How emotional health and social skills affect a child’s future career?
  • Toxic stress & child development
  • What effect does divorce cause in child development?
  • Video games & child development: pros and cons
  • What does single parenting mean for the development of a child?
  • Can a child develop normally without a father’s love?
  • Can food supplements help to develop a child’s cognitive abilities?
  • Postpartum depression & child development
  • Does verbal abuse have the same effect on a child as physical punishment ?
  • Should beauty pageants be banned as a threat to healthy child development?
  • How soon should mothers end maternity leave?
  • Child development in low-income families
  • How does graphic violence in animations and movies affect child development ?
  • Child development & mother’s mental illness
  • Is daycare right for child development ?
  • Child development : how do children adopt parents’ beliefs?

🤔 Education Research FAQs

Research in education is important because it contributes to the development in the field. Proving theories, creating new methodologies, and practical solutions are all the outcomes of the research in the education area. It plays a vital role – bringing innovation and progress. It also enables teachers to perfect the learning processes for the benefit of the students.

Research is important in child development because it helps find ways to improve children’s quality of life. Environment, teachers, and relationships have a profound impact on child development. All the children’s basic needs should be met to secure their healthy development. Therefore, it is crucial to find the best solutions for any issues arising in those three aspects. That is why the research is done in child development.

It may not be easy to design and evaluate research in education, but comprehensive guidelines make the process much smoother. First of all, choose the topic you want to work on. Then think about the research methodologies and pick the one which works best. After that, be ready to spend quite a while on the steps like data analysis and writing research proposals.

Action research in education is anything related to evaluating and analyzing issues and weak spots in the learning process. Unlike other types of research, this one is very practical. It may help teachers transition from the old methodologies to newer and more effective ones. Teachers get practical solutions to solve problems in the education process and meet the special needs of their students.

Both culture and ethics influence child development research in many ways. It is especially important if your research is done internationally. Cultural differences should be taken into consideration while collecting and analyzing data. Ethics, on the other hand, influences the whole process. While researching early childhood development, for example, remember about consent and anonymity of the groups.

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  • InBrief: The Science of Early Childhood Development (Harvard University)
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  • Topics in Early Childhood Special Education: SAGE Journals
  • PhD Research Topics: Department of Education, University of York
  • Early childhood education: UNICEF
  • Early Childhood Education: Australian Council for Educational Research
  • Do the Effects of Early Childhood Programs on Academic Outcomes Vary by Gender? A Meta-Analysis (2011 SREE Conference Abstract Template)
  • Research in Education: Ontario Ministry of Education
  • Center for Education Policy Research: Harvard University
  • Research: School of Education, University of Queensland
  • Faculty & Research: School of Education, University of Pittsburgh
  • Education Research Section: Princeton University
  • Engaging with educational research: free course (OpenLearn)
  • Education in a Changing World: NSW Government
  • Research areas: The University of Sydney, School of Education and Social Work
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Are you searching for inspiration while writing your research paper? In this case, try looking up interesting research topics online. This article contains an abundance of dissertation topics, for every imaginable subject, like fashion or business leadership dissertation topics. You are going to find interesting examples! Don't forget that you can also get research paper help from our professional writing team.

Top 100 Dissertation Ideas 2023

Scholars often believe that today there is a lack of new dissertation topics. Indeed, people conduct research non-stop, and it seems like there is nothing new to discuss. So how to become a professional writer and avoid breaking intellectual property rights then?

Luckily for all enthusiastic scientists out there, there are topics for dissertation that cater to any taste. Our essay writers service presents various research topics suitable for multiple degrees. Do you study the job market, quantum physics, or human behavioral patterns? These and even more dissertation ideas are waiting for you.

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Sometimes, the immense choice of examples of dissertation topics makes you question your decision about your academic paper. Writers get recommendations from multiple sources. Before you write a dissertation, turn to more experienced people, like counselors or professors. They are likely to suggest great topics for dissertation. We also recommend that you read about how to write a dissertation .

For research and reference purposes, go online to discover new engaging themes. Your colleagues in the field of science communicate via special forums or websites, so join them! Some generous people even publish dissertation ideas and samples for free. Hence, you can develop your unique topic by looking at other people’s works.

Which Topic Suits Best for Dissertation?

Whether you search healthy lifestyle, economic crisis, or leadership dissertation topics, the strategy is the same for all of them. These topics for dissertation should meet the following requirements:

  • Bring novelty to the science field
  • Cover newsworthy issues
  • Have enough background data for an academic paper

Undeniably, it is better if the theme heavily appeals to you personally. Then, a sparkle of interest lights up whenever you write your work! On the contrary, less engaging dissertation topics make the whole writing process inefficient. Therefore, opt for themes that draw your attention the most.

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Throughout life, people constantly have to present something new to the world. Middle school and high-school students show their skills via essays, college students write a thesis, and Ph.D. candidates compose dissertations. Fortunately, emergency methods, like dissertation writing service , are available for quick and quality results. Still, you might suggest your topics for dissertation.

What is the key to creating a one-of-a-kind topic? First, you have to know well enough what other scholars have already studied. Then, perform further research even if your counterparts have covered all nuances. For instance, higher education dissertation topics can cover themes of college-age population or school bullying. Meanwhile, leadership dissertation topics may connect to ethical issues dealing within companies.

Dissertation Title: How to Make It Sound Perfect

In real life, titles are essential in drawing public attention to anything. Would you rather watch a movie with a boring name or pick a film with a short, witty title? The same goes for books, essays, and other scholarly work. The word becomes an anchor, something that pushes a random person to read your written piece. Here is how you properly compose it.

Let’s say that you ponder over higher education dissertation topics. For instance, do you want to study anxiety disorders among students or how online schools are affecting libraries? Raising awareness is crucial in both cases, but you must specify the issue first. For instance, attempt to study an unexpected correlation that current research fails to cover. Use the “how,” “what,” and “why” words to form several topic ideas.

Once you have specified your exact subject of study, your goal is to fit the title in under fifty words. This task seems unproblematic, but it requires talent. Just two sentences must sum up the contents of the humongous dissertation. So, make the title clear and concise!

What are Some Relevant Ideas to Research in 2023?

How long is a dissertation? It ranges from ten thousand to a hundred thousand words, but length is only the first requirement. Without a doubt, all topics for dissertation have one crucial characteristic: relevancy. To develop top-tier academic work, you need to know the global trends and latest tendencies in your specific science field. It would be detrimental to your success to pick dissertation ideas that scholars have recycled multiple times. So instead, look at what people find exciting in 2022:

Best Dissertation Topics

  • Artificial intelligence

Although the theme of AI has been around for a while, it remains fresh and full of potential. One possible research subject is the Metaverse, a virtual reality universe. This concept is quite new, so there are many branches to study. Besides, cybersecurity, especially in the banking sector, would stand out among the interesting examples of dissertation topics.

  • Neuroscience and neurobiology

As much as scientists study human brains, there are still too many white spots in their knowledge of the human body. Choosing a topic related to cognitive development, brain implants, etc., could lead to a breakthrough in this sphere.

  • Agriculture

With the negative trends in the global food industry, the theme of agriculture is at its peak importance. Food is something that everybody relates to, regardless of ethnicity, age, job, or social status. Therefore, a dissertation could critically analyze the current state of things and solutions for the food industry in crisis.

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Today, you can do anything with the Internet, like pay someone to write an essay or find information on the necessary subject. Likewise, you may find business dissertation topics examples or dissertation topics in education, world politics, or other themes. This article suggests multiple ideas for your academic work to make things easier.

Top Dissertation Topics in Accounting

Here is a list of engaging dissertation topics in accounting:

  • “Financial accounting's contribution to business strategy development.”
  • “The things to take into account when investing in financial markets.”
  • “How project accounting uses risk factors analysis.”
  • “Systematic examination of art galleries cost accounting.”
  • “Can computerized bookkeeping gradually replace accountants?”
  • “The effect of cryptocurrency on current accounting procedures.”
  • “Predicting new professions in the accounting industry.”
  • “How are auditing standards becoming more international?”
  • “An examination of the differences and parallels between accounting ethics and organizational culture.”
  • “Investigation of potential new revenue streams for a bank.”

Best Public Health Dissertation Topics

In case you are looking for interesting public health dissertation topics, here are a few research questions:

  • “How is it possible to increase Middle Eastern countries' access to clean, safe drinking water?”
  • “What is the contribution of technological progress to bettering public health in affluent nations?”
  • “Examining sexual abuse in an Indian public health environment.”
  • “Evaluation of several US programs to increase kids' physical activity.”
  • “The impact of poverty on public health in African nations.”
  • “A study of the effectiveness of the Italian current healthcare system.”
  • “Disastrous effects of antibiotic resistance in the upcoming year.”
  • “Patient’s immune system and drug addiction.”
  • “How does modern technology harm public health?”
  • “Impact of the recession on social conditions and public health.”

Sociology Ideas for Dissertation

You should go online if interested in the social work dissertation topics. Articles like this share newsworthy sociology dissertation topics:

  • “An analysis of American religious institutions and their impact on social structure.”
  • “Examining attitudes toward and reactions to female child sex offenders.”
  • “Studying the cultural differences in Scandinavian countries.”
  • “Determining the social origins of domestic violence in Russian families.”
  • “Global labor market stratification following the Great Recession.”
  • “Research on how society influences gender relations.”
  • “Analysis of the rise and fall in Japan's fertility rates and their underlying causes.”
  • “The practice of social work with bereaved families.”
  • “Analyze the racial stratification in European nations.”
  • “How can government decrease the stress that social workers endure?”

Dissertation Topics in Education

Whether you want to discover new primary, college, or higher education dissertation topics, you are at the right place:

  • “Looking at the effect of financial restraints on female education in east Asia.”
  • “Investigating the effects of food sharing in primary education.”
  • “Analysis of the covid pandemic's impact on the education sector.”
  • “Do stress levels among students and performance on standardized tests correlate?”
  • “What difficulties do parents of Muslim immigrants believe their children will encounter in European schools?”
  • “What do teachers think about how technology affects students' learning?”
  • “What difficulties do teachers encounter throughout their first three years of teaching?”
  • “What do parents think the purpose of sex education is?”
  • “What learning differences exist between neurodivergent and neurotypical students?”
  • “How does the number of students in each class influence grades?”

Business Dissertation Topics

Someone who takes an interest in entrepreneurship would be glad to find the following business or mba dissertation topics:

  • “The modern challenges for startups and small businesses in the USA.”
  • “The impact of competence and leadership style on emerging business leaders in Europe.”
  • “Analyzing how social media and digital platforms will impact business branding in the future.”
  • “Do male subordinates' egos feel threatened by the presence of women in leadership positions?”
  • “Is Facebook right to create targeted adverts using the user data it collects?”
  • “Is a business's dispersed leadership more effective than its lone power center?”
  • “TikTok influencer marketing's contribution to higher sales.”
  • “An analysis of how globalization has affected Chinese companies' operations.”
  • “The socio-cultural context of management and how it affects the dynamics of leadership in Denmark.”
  • “What elements influence the probability of a business filing for bankruptcy?”

Political Science Dissertation Topics

Provided that your field of study is politics, consider the next dissertation topics:

  • “Contrasting the responses of the Chinese and UK governments to the COVID-19 pandemic.”
  • “Emotion's effect on deliberative democracy.”
  • “Analysis of the single-party political system, including drawbacks and advantages.”
  • “Political choices and environmental management tradeoffs.”
  • “Eastern European social movements in the years following World War II.”
  • “Ukraine's fragmentation and the competing political forces.”
  • “Media bias in the reporting of political news.”
  • “The impact of extremism on political life in the West.”
  • “Political leaders and their individual goals.”
  • “How does US foreign policy affect other nations throughout the world?”

Psychology Dissertation Topics

What if a person struggles to find extensive psychology dissertation topics? The solution is here:

  • “Examining the connection between technology and postnatal depression.”
  • “Why are some people more prone to feeling depressed in difficult situations?”
  • “The long-term effects of childhood trauma on adults.” 
  • “Patient's mental health during the coronavirus pandemic.”
  • “Children who are suffering from oncology: modern recovery programs.”
  • “Comparison of cyberbullying and physical bullying psychological impact.”
  • “What elements alter our personalities throughout our lives?”
  • “What are the key indicators of burnout among executive staff?”
  • “Effect of physical appearance on how others perceive us.”
  • “Teaching dyslexic kids: potential difficulties.”

PhD Dissertation Topics

A Ph.D. candidate might consider historical, mathematical, or art dissertation topics. So let’s pick a great research topic:

  • “US legal system and international criminal law: a comparative study.”
  • “Examination of how globalization leads to changes in international law.”
  • “The initial causes of cultural appropriation in first-world countries.”
  • “What is the social networks’ impact on online marketing and creating demand?”
  • “Cyber-diplomacy is the development of a global civilization in the digital era.”
  • “What differences exist between US and EU immigration laws?”
  • “Changing careers: information seeking by newcomers.” 
  • “The African-focused foreign policy of China.”
  • “How have feminists' objectives evolved over the last ten years?”
  • “Bringing the internet of things research and implementation together.”

Economics Dissertation Topics

Let’s see which dissertation topics in finance and economics can draw attention today:

  • “Evaluating the cryptocurrency market using behavioral finance perspectives.”
  • “Comparative analysis of financial improvements in China and the US.”
  • “Issues with older adults and online banking.”
  • “Shareholders' effects on the decision-making procedures at banks.”
  • “Unscrupulous bank executives' effects on the organization's sustainability.”
  • “Possible answers to moral problems of corporate social responsibility.”
  • “What impact do taxes have on financial choices?”
  • “The impact of India's population growth on economic expansion.”
  • “Why are banks so adamantly against digital currency?”
  • “What will internet banking resemble in ten years?”

Fashion Topics for Dissertation

An artsy person would appreciate research themes about style, like the following examples:

  • “Is there a need for change after examining the impact of fast fashion on the environment?”
  • “Comparing fast and ultra-fast supply chain management in the fashion industry.”
  • “Critical analysis of the impact of western fashion on Asia's developing nations.”
  • “How capitalism contributed to the western fashion and cultural values.”
  • “Fashion trends that the K-Pop stars create.”
  • “Examining the Vivienne Westwood brand's appeal to Japanese youth.”
  • “The fixation with attempting an adult look in children's clothing.”
  • “The effects of expensive counterfeit goods on the high-end fashion market.”
  • “The origins of the dark and light academic dress trends.”
  • “How social networks contribute to the development and spread of fashion trends.”

In brief, there are plenty of research subjects, from psychology dissertation topics to higher education dissertation topics. If you do proper factual and historical research and cite sources, get ready to receive recognition for your efforts. The key thing is to choose something that lights up your interest.

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Writing a dissertation is one of the most challenging aspects of university. However, it is the chance for students to demonstrate what they have learned during their degree and to explore a topic in depth.

In this article, we look at 10 top tips for writing a successful dissertation and break down how to write each section of a dissertation in detail.

10 tips for writing an undergraduate dissertation

1. Select an engaging topic Choose a subject that aligns with your interests and allows you to showcase the skills and knowledge you have acquired through your degree.

2. Research your supervisor Undergraduate students will often be assigned a supervisor based on their research specialisms. Do some research on your supervisor and make sure that they align with your dissertation goals.

3. Understand the dissertation structure Familiarise yourself with the structure (introduction, review of existing research, methodology, findings, results and conclusion). This will vary based on your subject.

4. Write a schedule As soon as you have finalised your topic and looked over the deadline, create a rough plan of how much work you have to do and create mini-deadlines along the way to make sure don’t find yourself having to write your entire dissertation in the final few weeks.

5. Determine requirements Ensure that you know which format your dissertation should be presented in. Check the word count and the referencing style.

6. Organise references from the beginning Maintain an alphabetically arranged reference list or bibliography in the designated style as you do your reading. This will make it a lot easier to finalise your references at the end.

7. Create a detailed plan Once you have done your initial research and have an idea of the shape your dissertation will take, write a detailed essay plan outlining your research questions, SMART objectives and dissertation structure.

8. Keep a dissertation journal Track your progress, record your research and your reading, and document challenges. This will be helpful as you discuss your work with your supervisor and organise your notes.

9. Schedule regular check-ins with your supervisor Make sure you stay in touch with your supervisor throughout the process, scheduling regular meetings and keeping good notes so you can update them on your progress.

10. Employ effective proofreading techniques Ask friends and family to help you proofread your work or use different fonts to help make the text look different. This will help you check for missing sections, grammatical mistakes and typos.

What is a dissertation?

A dissertation is a long piece of academic writing or a research project that you have to write as part of your undergraduate university degree.

It’s usually a long essay in which you explore your chosen topic, present your ideas and show that you understand and can apply what you’ve learned during your studies. Informally, the terms “dissertation” and “thesis” are often used interchangeably.

How do I select a dissertation topic?

First, choose a topic that you find interesting. You will be working on your dissertation for several months, so finding a research topic that you are passionate about and that demonstrates your strength in your subject is best. You want your topic to show all the skills you have developed during your degree. It would be a bonus if you can link your work to your chosen career path, but it’s not necessary.

Second, begin by exploring relevant literature in your field, including academic journals, books and articles. This will help you identify gaps in existing knowledge and areas that may need further exploration. You may not be able to think of a truly original piece of research, but it’s always good to know what has already been written about your chosen topic.

Consider the practical aspects of your chosen topic, ensuring that it is possible within the time frame and available resources. Assess the availability of data, research materials and the overall practicality of conducting the research.

When picking a dissertation topic, you also want to try to choose something that adds new ideas or perspectives to what’s already known in your field. As you narrow your focus, remember that a more targeted approach usually leads to a dissertation that’s easier to manage and has a bigger impact. Be ready to change your plans based on feedback and new information you discover during your research.

How to work with your dissertation supervisor?

Your supervisor is there to provide guidance on your chosen topic, direct your research efforts, and offer assistance and suggestions when you have queries. It’s crucial to establish a comfortable and open line of communication with them throughout the process. Their knowledge can greatly benefit your work. Keep them informed about your progress, seek their advice, and don’t hesitate to ask questions.

1. Keep them updated Regularly tell your supervisor how your work is going and if you’re having any problems. You can do this through emails, meetings or progress reports.

2. Plan meetings Schedule regular meetings with your supervisor. These can be in person or online. These are your time to discuss your progress and ask for help.

3. Share your writing Give your supervisor parts of your writing or an outline. This helps them see what you’re thinking so they can advise you on how to develop it.

5. Ask specific questions When you need help, ask specific questions instead of general ones. This makes it easier for your supervisor to help you.

6. Listen to feedback Be open to what your supervisor says. If they suggest changes, try to make them. It makes your dissertation better and shows you can work together.

7. Talk about problems If something is hard or you’re worried, talk to your supervisor about it. They can give you advice or tell you where to find help.

8. Take charge Be responsible for your work. Let your supervisor know if your plans change, and don’t wait if you need help urgently.

Remember, talking openly with your supervisor helps you both understand each other better, improves your dissertation and ensures that you get the support you need.

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How do I plan my dissertation?

It’s important to start with a detailed plan that will serve as your road map throughout the entire process of writing your dissertation. As Jumana Labib, a master’s student at the University of Manchester  studying digital media, culture and society, suggests: “Pace yourself – definitely don’t leave the entire thing for the last few days or weeks.”

Decide what your research question or questions will be for your chosen topic.

Break that down into smaller SMART (specific, measurable, achievable, relevant and time-bound) objectives.

Speak to your supervisor about any overlooked areas.

Create a breakdown of chapters using the structure listed below (for example, a methodology chapter).

Define objectives, key points and evidence for each chapter.

Define your research approach (qualitative, quantitative or mixed methods).

Outline your research methods and analysis techniques.

Develop a timeline with regular moments for review and feedback.

Allocate time for revision, editing and breaks.

Consider any ethical considerations related to your research.

Stay organised and add to your references and bibliography throughout the process.

Remain flexible to possible reviews or changes as you go along.

A well thought-out plan not only makes the writing process more manageable but also increases the likelihood of producing a high-quality piece of research.

How to structure a dissertation?

The structure can depend on your field of study, but this is a rough outline for science and social science dissertations:

Introduce your topic.

Complete a source or literature review.

Describe your research methodology (including the methods for gathering and filtering information, analysis techniques, materials, tools or resources used, limitations of your method, and any considerations of reliability).

Summarise your findings.

Discuss the results and what they mean.

Conclude your point and explain how your work contributes to your field.

On the other hand, humanities and arts dissertations often take the form of an extended essay. This involves constructing an argument or exploring a particular theory or analysis through the analysis of primary and secondary sources. Your essay will be structured through chapters arranged around themes or case studies.

All dissertations include a title page, an abstract and a reference list. Some may also need a table of contents at the beginning. Always check with your university department for its dissertation guidelines, and check with your supervisor as you begin to plan your structure to ensure that you have the right layout.

How long is an undergraduate dissertation?

The length of an undergraduate dissertation can vary depending on the specific guidelines provided by your university and your subject department. However, in many cases, undergraduate dissertations are typically about 8,000 to 12,000 words in length.

“Eat away at it; try to write for at least 30 minutes every day, even if it feels relatively unproductive to you in the moment,” Jumana advises.

How do I add references to my dissertation?

References are the section of your dissertation where you acknowledge the sources you have quoted or referred to in your writing. It’s a way of supporting your ideas, evidencing what research you have used and avoiding plagiarism (claiming someone else’s work as your own), and giving credit to the original authors.

Referencing typically includes in-text citations and a reference list or bibliography with full source details. Different referencing styles exist, such as Harvard, APA and MLA, each favoured in specific fields. Your university will tell you the preferred style.

Using tools and guides provided by universities can make the referencing process more manageable, but be sure they are approved by your university before using any.

How do I write a bibliography or list my references for my dissertation?

The requirement of a bibliography depends on the style of referencing you need to use. Styles such as OSCOLA or Chicago may not require a separate bibliography. In these styles, full source information is often incorporated into footnotes throughout the piece, doing away with the need for a separate bibliography section.

Typically, reference lists or bibliographies are organised alphabetically based on the author’s last name. They usually include essential details about each source, providing a quick overview for readers who want more information. Some styles ask that you include references that you didn’t use in your final piece as they were still a part of the overall research.

It is important to maintain this list as soon as you start your research. As you complete your research, you can add more sources to your bibliography to ensure that you have a comprehensive list throughout the dissertation process.

How to proofread an undergraduate dissertation?

Throughout your dissertation writing, attention to detail will be your greatest asset. The best way to avoid making mistakes is to continuously proofread and edit your work.

Proofreading is a great way to catch any missing sections, grammatical errors or typos. There are many tips to help you proofread:

Ask someone to read your piece and highlight any mistakes they find.

Change the font so you notice any mistakes.

Format your piece as you go, headings and sections will make it easier to spot any problems.

Separate editing and proofreading. Editing is your chance to rewrite sections, add more detail or change any points. Proofreading should be where you get into the final touches, really polish what you have and make sure it’s ready to be submitted.

Stick to your citation style and make sure every resource listed in your dissertation is cited in the reference list or bibliography.

How to write a conclusion for my dissertation?

Writing a dissertation conclusion is your chance to leave the reader impressed by your work.

Start by summarising your findings, highlighting your key points and the outcome of your research. Refer back to the original research question or hypotheses to provide context to your conclusion.

You can then delve into whether you achieved the goals you set at the beginning and reflect on whether your research addressed the topic as expected. Make sure you link your findings to existing literature or sources you have included throughout your work and how your own research could contribute to your field.

Be honest about any limitations or issues you faced during your research and consider any questions that went unanswered that you would consider in the future. Make sure that your conclusion is clear and concise, and sum up the overall impact and importance of your work.

Remember, keep the tone confident and authoritative, avoiding the introduction of new information. This should simply be a summary of everything you have already said throughout the dissertation.

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If you’re looking for an easy dissertation topic, here are some potential ideas. It is important that you choose a topic that interests you as this will make the process a lot more enjoyable. Think about what area you want a career in and select a topic that is based in this area. Perhaps you want to work in geriatric care and want to know how you can prevent the occurrence of pressure ulcers in home-care settings. In this case, you could investigate the most effective ways to reposition patients. Below, here are easy dissertation topics relating to health care, nursing, social care and education.

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Social care.

  • The effect of long working hours on mental tiredness in NHS nurses.
  • The role of exercise and diet on physical wellbeing.
  • What are the key factors in patient satisfaction in NHS hospitals?
  • How does teenage smoking affect health in later life?
  • How does poverty influence health status?
  • What is the role of health inequalities on health status in UK adults?
  • How does substance abuse impact health?
  • How do ethical and moral considerations impact NHS staff decision-making abilities?
  • What is the impact of racial and ethnic origin on accessing health services in the UK?
  • How does vaccine fear impact vaccine uptake in USA adults?

Social care research can provide an opportunity to delve into various factors influencing the health and social care status of an individual or population or more so, how new technologies, previous failings and public vs. private sector care may change. When choosing a subject, consider what elements of social care are the most appealing to you and what you may want to focus to support your understanding and knowledge as a practitioner. Here are some ideas to get you started:

  • How does technology impact the delivery of domiliciary care in the UK?
  • What factors impact adult care quality in private sector organisations?
  • What are the risk factors in youth violence and are prevention strategies effective?
  • Depression in care homes: Is this the new pandemic?
  • The impact of socio-economic inequalities on immigrants in the UK.
  • How does the social environment impact risky behaviour activities in British youth?
  • How has social care developed through policy change in the UK?
  • How to improve quality of life in care home residents.
  • How understanding poor practice can support future improvements in best practice: Learning from past cases including Baby P and Adult Q.
  • A critical analysis of the failings of Care facilities in adult care.

Nursing covers a range of areas and has a lot of different avenues for investigation. If you are looking for a straightforward subject, you may want to look at conducting a secondary research project by conducting a review into specific areas. This could be anything from understanding key principles of implementing best practice or understanding how patient’s define good quality care. Here are some examples of potential dissertation topics:

  • The role of leadership in improving newly qualified nurses performance in hospital acute ward.
  • The role of empathy in supporting family of terminally ill cancer patients.
  • The role of mental wellbeing and self-care in improving the psychological wellbeing of nurses.
  • What was the impact of COVID-19 on nursing performance?
  • Investigating the practices and challenges of palliative care nursing.
  • How does bedside management influence patient satisfaction and experience?
  • The role of the mental health nurse in caring for end-of-life care patients.
  • The perception of mandatory training to improve nursing practice in newly and senior nursing staff.
  • The influence of a DOULA on mothers in labour.
  • Examining the potential challenges of women undergoing pregnancy complications in the UK.
  • Understanding nursing perceptions of emergency room admittance: pre-and-post-COVID.
  • Caring for geriatric patients with multiple comorbidities: gaining the nurses’ perception on best practice.
  • The impact of stress, anxiety and lack of sleep on nursing performance in A&E.
  • What challenges are presented to paediatric nurses?

Education has continued to offer many avenues for investigation, with separate subject areas demonstrating new areas for consideration. If you are completing your dissertation in the field of education, consider which subject you wish to focus on – and whether you prefer primary, secondary, or higher education. Make sure it is an area that interests you and at one which you have some pre-existing knowledge to make sure you will have some more ease in completing your dissertation. Here are some examples of potential topics:

  • The role of learning styles in delivering physical education classes.
  • What is the role of mastery in secondary mathematics?
  • How can MFL teachers modify their practice to increase student engagement?
  • How does student voice influence student aspirations?
  • What is the association between achieve on social factors?
  • How does parents attitude toward education impact the ambition and engagement of their children?
  • How does policy impact education?
  • How does Rosenshine’s Principles of Instruction apply to the modern-day classroom?
  • Does bilingualism give students a greater advantage than those who are monolingual?
  • Has ‘narrowing the gap’ made a significant difference to the achievement of underachieving groups in Northern English Schools?
  • Does academy status support improvements to underperforming schools?

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Centering the Teacher: How an Autonomy-Supportive Environment Impacts Arts Educators’ Sense of Agency and the Collaborative Culture of Their Education Networks , Kyle Andrew Anderson

Effects of a Self-Monitoring Tracking System Combined With Blended Learning Intervention Time on Students’ Self-Regulated Learning Skills And Academic Performance , Jennifer E. Augustine

Reading Strategies: Impact on Fifth Grade African American Males’ Reading Comprehension and Motivation to Read , Patrice Antoinette Barrett

Tip of the Iceberg in Changing School Culture: Acknowledging and Addressing Microaggressions , Nicole Lauren Becker

Impacts of Technology-Enhanced Dual Enrollment Mathematics Course on Rural High School Students’ Intentions of Going to College , Nicolae Bordieanu

Creating a Culturally Inclusive American Literature Classroom , Holly R. Bradshaw

The Effects of Gamified Peer Feedback on Student Writing in High School English Language Arts , Kerise Amaris Broome

Evaluating the Impact of Personalized Professional Learning on Technology Integration in the Classroom , Angela Bishop Burgess

An Exploration of Perinatal Stress and Associated Mental Health of Transitioning First-Time Fathers , Timothy Reed Burkhalter

A Study of Computational Thinking Skills and Attitudes Towards Computer Science with Middle School Students , Lorien W. Cafarella

Mitigating Student Anxiety in the Secondary Classroom: A Culturally Sustaining Approach , Erin Hawley Cronin

Daily Activities and Routines: A Comparative Case Study of the Home Language and Literacy Environment of Spanish-Speaking Toddlers With and Without Older Siblings , Eugenia Crosby-Quinatoa

Online Professional Development’s Effect on Teachers’ Technology Self-Efficacy and Continuance Intention to Use Pear Deck , Katherine Shirley Degar

Empowering Teachers to Support MTSS Students: An Action Research Study , Sahalija Dentico

Multisensory Phonics Instruction in Struggling Readers , Amanda M. Dixon

Student Engagement Action Research a Focus on Culturally Relevant Instructional Methods , Amia Dixon

Instructional Coaching: A Support for Increasing Engagement in Middle School Mathematics , Christi Ritchie Edwards

A Holistic View of Integrated Care Within Counselor Education: A Multi-Manuscript Dissertation , Alexander McClain Fields

Faculty Perceptions of Readiness and Confidence for Teaching Online: An Evaluation of Online Professional Development , Kevin Brent Forman

Increasing Phonemic Awareness in Intellectually Impaired Students by Using Wilson’s Fundations Phonics Program in a Self-Contained Classroom , Theresa Lynne Garcia

A Causal Comparative Study of the Effects of Physical Activity Course Enrollment on College Students’ Perceived Wellness, Mental Health, and Basic Psychological Needs , Genee’ Regina Glascoe

The Effect of Computer-Based Learning Modules on Pre-Algebra Student Proficiency and Self-Efficacy in Manipulating Math Expressions Involving Negative Signs , Brian Charles Grimm

Exploring Literary Responses to Culturally Relevant Texts Through an AsianCrit Lens: A Collective Case Study of Chinese American Students in a Community-Based Book Club , Wenyu Guo

The Influence and Impacts of Critical Literacy Intervention in Preservice Teachers Culturally Responsive Teaching Self-Efficacy: A Mixed Methods Study , Heather Lynn Hall

Stories From North Carolina Teachers of Color: An Inquiry of Racialized Experiences in the Workplace. , Deborah Stephanie Harrison

Electronic Portfolios in a High School Community of Practice: Action Research Exploring Writing Experiences in an Advanced Placement Writing Course , Archibald Franklin Harrison IV

The Effects of Problem-Based Learning on Mathematics Motivation in a Flipped Classroom Instructional Environment , Joshua David Harrison

University, City, and Community: Athletics Urban Renewal Projects and the University of South Carolina’s Carolina Coliseum and Blatt Physical Education Center, 1964–1971 , Theresa M. Harrison

Stories from North Carolina Teachers of Color: An Inquiry of Racialized Experiences in the Workplace. , Deborah Stephanie Harrisson

Supporting Black Students in Sixth-Grade Science Through a Social Constructivist Approach: A Mixed-Methods Action Research Study , Kirk Anthony Heath

Effects of Choice Reading on Intrinsic Motivation in Underperforming Sixth-Grade Students , Heather M. Henderson

Academic Success and Student Development in the Health Professions: An Action Research Study , Molly Ellen Higbie

Deficit Thinking in Teacher Course Level Recommendations , Andrew Hogan

The Impact of Cognitive Coaching on High School English Teachers’ Implementation of Metacognitve Reading Strategies , Charrai Hunter

Digital Literacy Integrated Into Academic Content Through the Collaboration of a Librarian and a Core Content Teacher , Jeri Leann Jeffcoat

The Effects of Hip-Hop and Rap Music Intervention to Improve the Wellbeing of Black and African American Men , Lanita Michelle Jefferson

Examining the Relationship Between Multicultural Training and Cultural Humility Development in CACREP-Accredited Counselor Education Programs , Sabrina Monique Johnson

Multimodal Digital Literacy Practices: Perspectives of L2 Academic Writing Instructors , Priscila Jovazino Bastos Medrado Costa

Using Yoga, Meditation, and Art Therapy to Combat Complex Trauma and Promote Social–Emotional Learning in the Art Room , Karen Emory Kelly

STEM Educators’ Perceptions of Gender Bias and the Contributing Factors That Persist for Women in STEM Education , Haleigh Nicole Kirkland

A Qualitative Study Examining and Comparing Families’ and Teachers’ Perceptions of School Readiness , Shalonya Cerika Knotts

The Evolution of Contextualized, Discourse-based Professional Development to Support Elementary Teachers in the Implementation of Conceptual Mathematical Teaching Practices , Jennifer Aren Kueter

A Critical Examination Of An in Class Tabata Based Physical Fitness Protocol on Student Engagement Levels in a Sixth Grade Math Class , Justin R. Kulik

Mathematics Teachers’ Attitudes and Intentions Towards Instructional Videos as Part of a Flipped Learning Model , Jessica Lee Lambert

Increasing Math Knowledge in 3 rd Grade: Evaluating Student Use & Teacher Perceptions of Imagine Math , Paoze Lee

Utilizing Case Studies to Increase Critical Thinking in an Undergraduate Anatomy & Physiology Classroom , Sarah E. Lehman

Exploring Chinese International Students’ Motivational Factors in Non-Mandatory Event Participation , Aimin Liao

Preparing In-Service Elementary Teachers to Support English Language Learners: A Qualitative Case Study of a Job-Embedded Professional Development Using TPACK , Rachel Theresa Lopez

Impact of Virtual Models on Students’ Multilevel Understanding of an Organic Reaction , Eli Martin

Measuring the Impact of Peer Coaching on Teacher Effectiveness at Friendship County High School , Whittney Michele McPherson

The Effects of Technology Integration on Academic Performance and Engagement of Third Grade Social Studies Students: A Mixed Methods Study , Ashley Megregian

Supporting LGBTQ+ ELA Students Through Action Research , Nicole Mustaccio

What Are They Thinking?: A Qualitative Study of Secondary Students’ Critical Thinking in Online Classes , Scott Allan Nolt

Shakespeare in Virtual Reality: Social Presence of Students in a Virtual Reality Book Club , John Funchess Ott Jr.

Teacher Observations as Professional Development Opportunities , Ashton Carrie Padgett

Reading Motivation and Retrieval Practice of United States Undergraduates Aged 18 to 23 , Robyn M. Pernetti

A Descriptive Study of Factors That Support and Hinder Classroom Discourse With English Learners , Jillian Camille Plum

Implementing Meaningful Problem-Based Learning in a Middle School Science Classroom , Celestine Banks Pough

Coaching to Success: Moving From a Fixed Mindset to a Growth Mindset Through Positive Motivation , Shannon Dianna Ramirez

The Impact of a Literacy Program on Summer Reading Setback: Providing Access to Books and Project-Based Learning , Tiffany Gayle Robles

An Examination of Semester-Long Review of Behavior Referral Data at a High School in a Southeastern State , Shalanda L. Shuler

The Impact of the Flipped Classroom Model on Elementary Students’ Achievement and Motivation for Learning Geometry , Kimberly M. Smalls

If Not Me, Then Who? A Study of Racial and Cultural Competence in a High School English Department , DiAnna Sox

“So, the World Isn’t Just Old White Guys?”: Student and Teacher Experiences in a Culturally Relevant Advanced Placement Chemistry Class , James Thomas Sox

1, 2, 3: Counting on Problem Based Learning to Improve Mathematical Achievement in African American Students , Kelley P. Spahr

Implementation of Digital Flashcards to Increase Content-Specific Vocabulary Knowledge and Perceptions of Motivation and Self-Efficacy in an Eleventh-Grade U.S. History Course: An Action Research Study , Jill Lee Steinmeyer

Family Therapy, K-12 Public Education, and Discipline Risk: A Scoping Review and Relationship Analysis Multiple Manuscript Dissertation , Cara Melinda Thompson

The Impact of Extended Professional Development in Project-Based Learning on Middle School Science Teachers , Margrett Caroline Upchurch-Ford

A Qualitative Study on Mental Health Resource Utilization of Enlisted Airmen During the COVID-19 Pandemic , Hassahn Khali Wade

Where Race Has No Place: English Teachers’ Efforts to Maintain Space for Diversity in the ELA Classroom , Muzical D. Waite

Navigating Age of Majority-Related Issues in Special Education: The Current Needs and a Potential Means for Aligning Professional Values With Policy and Practice , Charles Blayne Walters

The Impact of Opendyslexic Font on the Reading Comprehension of Tier II and Tier III Reading Intervention Students , William David Whitmire

Theses/Dissertations from 2022 2022

Implementing a Technology-Based Instructional Module in An Introduction to Engineering Course: The Impact on Student’s Vocabulary Retention and Attitudes Towards Learning , Robin T. Amick

Effectively Integrating Technology to Engage Students and Meet Learning Objectives in Language Arts Classrooms , Jessica L. Austin

The Use of Social Justice Socioscientific Issues in Secondary Biology Classes: An Action Research , Stephanie Marilyn Bailey

The Effect of Explicit Vocabulary Instruction on Elementary Students’ Vocabulary Knowledge and Reading Comprehension: An Action Research Study , Tonia Bauer

A Holistic Approach to Culturally Relevant Education In Biology to Examine Student Engagement , Robyn Brooke Biery

A Descriptive Mixed-Methods Study Examining Teachers’ Needs and Preferences for Technology Integration Professional Development , Amber Birden

The Effects of the Online Remediation of Phonological Processing Deficits on Functional Reading Abilities in Students With Dyslexia , Fletcher Bowden

“Why Do I Have to Learn This Anyway?”: A Qualitative Investigative Action Research Study Into the Tension Between the Rural, Working-Class Masculine Student and the Formal Educative Structure , Joshua Matthew Bowers

White Blindness: An Investigation Into Teacher Whiteness and Racial Ignorance , Mary Katharine Brasche

Using Multimedia Vocabulary Games to Improve Newcomer ESOL Students Motivation and Vocabulary Acquisition , Elizabeth E. Brittingham

Incremental, Spaced Repetition and StudyMate Flashcards: The Impact on College Student Memorization of Measurement Conversion Standards , Patricia A. Bromer

At-Risk Students’ Perception of the Effectiveness of Alternative Schools , Tara D. Cunningham Cantey

Qualitative Action Research Into the Planning Between the Classroom Teacher and Reading Interventionist , Russell Derrial Clark

An Evaluation of the Impact of Academic Policies and Athletic Procedures for Student Athletes , Seanta Cleveland

Supervisory Allyship for University Custodial Staff , Daniel Colascione

Where Are the Girls? Exploring Influences on Female Eighth Grade Public School Students’ Choices of Technology Classes in Texas: A Mixed Method Action Research Study , Shasta Colon

Exploring the Impact of Social Emotional Learning to Support Motivation and Self-Efficacy in Text-Dependent Analysis Writing , Elizabeth N. Crocker

Impacts in the Classroom When Students Take Ownership Of Cellphone Usage Policies: An Investigation Using a Project-Based Learning Design , Melynda Elaine Diehl

Connecting Writing to Life: The Effects of Place-Conscious Education on Writing in a First Grade Classroom , Tara P. Dietrich

Examining the Influence of Argument Driven Inquiry Instructional Approach on Female Students of Color in Sixth Grade Science: Its Impact on Classroom Experience, Interest, And Self-Efficacy in Science, Written Argumentation Skills, and Scientific Voice , Paul Duggan

Identifying and Understanding Factors Which Affect Persistence In Academically At-Risk Minority Prelicensure Nursing Students: An Action Research Study , Christina L.K. Eaton

Collaborative Problem-Solving and Its Impact on Inclusive Practices, Confidence, and Beliefs of General Education Teachers in Colombia , Shannon Renee Elmore

Fostering the Development of Instructor Cultural Competence: A Mixed Methods Action Research Study , Jennifer Lilly Engle

The Power of Story in Developing a Cycle of Efficacy for Teachers and Students , Melissa Renee Ewing

“Even the Little Things Matter:” a Phenomenological Study On Factors Impacting Student Motivation During and After COVID-Related Disruptions in Education , Jennifer Ferris-Crisafulli

Co-Teaching at the High School: One School's Approach to Create a Sustainable Co-Teaching Program Using Collaborative Learning and Learner Centered Theories , John Kegan Flynn

Supporting Black Children Within a Eurocratic Educational System: Making Culturally Relevant Pedagogy Foundational to the Role of the Literacy Coach , Jennipher C.K. Frazier

Cocreating a Strength-Based Behavioral Intervention Plan With Twice-Exceptional Students: A Youth Participatory Action Research Approach , Kristy L. Garrett

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