Q: Can you help me with a problem statement for effective teacher training?
The thing is, presently, the area – effective teacher training – is too broad to begin writing the problem statement. You need to first arrive at a research question that is specific and focused. That will also help you write an effective problem statement.
Then, you should know that three parts to a problem statement. The first expresses the present state regarding the problem, the second talks about the desired or ideal state. The final talks about the solution or remedy that will help reach the desired state. Structurally, you need to write the problem statement in the Introduction of the paper.
For more help with writing an effective problem statement, you may refer to the following resources:
- The basics of writing a statement of the problem for your research proposal
- How to write a problem statement for my research?
- How to write a problem statement for peer tutoring students with learning disabilities?
All the best for your paper!