Q: What would be a good title for the topic 'Impact of monitoring in quality education'?
I don’t know how to come up with a good title and the research questions.
So, you want to know how to come up with a good research title as well as research questions. Actually, you should begin with the research question; the title can come later. You could have a working title for now, and refine that once you have drafted the paper.
To come up with good, or relevant, questions, you’ll need to go through existing literature and identify gaps that you can explore in your study. For this, it will help to go through the following resources:
- Tips for effective literature searching
- 6 Tips on identifying research gaps
- How to choose a research question
A tip here: When doing the literature search (to identify potential gaps), you may also make a note of titles of similar papers – to see how similar or different you wish to keep your title.
Once you have got your research questions and are closer to writing the paper, you may go through these resources on coming up with an interesting research title.
- 3 Basic tips on writing a good research paper title
- How to and how not to title your research paper [Handbook]
Finally, to comment on the title you have provided, there seems to have been an interchange of words. Perhaps you meant the title to be ‘Impact of monitoring quality in education.’ Again, it would be best not to worry too much about the title now when you are just starting your research, but leave for when you are about to write the paper.
Hope this helps. All the best for your study!