Types of Research On the Basis of Goal Typology

                        If we do educational research based on the objectives of the specific detection and classification is performed using, then we will have a basic and applied research.
                        Basic Research:
                        It is a kind of test, otherwise referred to as the main research related to obtaining empirical data that can be used to formulate or extend evaluate theory. Its main purpose is to expand the frontiers of knowledge, without regard to practical application. It explores the relationship between procedures, personal characteristics, environmental factors and learning excellence to develop, describe, test and expand theories of learning. It is not oriented design or purpose in the solution of practical problems. But the results of these studies can be applied to practical problems social value.
                        Applied Research:
                        It is the application of the principles and theories of fundamental research to solve educational problems. It is a study conducted on the real problems that occur in the field and under the conditions in which they practice. It is aimed at the immediate solution of practical problems. The findings help educators to make a rational decision on certain concrete issues. Applied research can be divided into three subcategories:
                        i Action Research:
                        It was conducted by education practitioners to solve their practical local problems. It is aimed at the development of new skills, finding new answers or strategies to solve the problems of the current care. It is practical and is directly related to an actual life situation. It is empirical and based on actual observation and realistic information or data rather than personal opinions or past experiences.
                        ii Evaluation Research:
                        It is used for educational programs to improve their efficiency by making the necessary changes or amendments judges. Therefore, a systematic evaluation of training programs in several school systems to changes in demand and the Ministry of Education policy is needed. Again, the transition from one education system to another can be based on a systematic review.
                         iii Research and Development:
                        According Nkpa (1997), it is related to the development and testing curricula, methods and materials to ensure maximum efficiency of educational products and practices. The pilot testing of the materials of the school curriculum issued by the former Curriculum Evaluation and Adaptation Study Course (CESAC), which is now part of the Nigerian Educational Research and Development Council (NERDC) is an example.