Research in Education

Center for Research and Development in Higher Education . Pub Date 28 Feb 73
Note-- 20p ; Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association
Annual Meeting , New Orleans , Louisana , February 28 , 1973 EDRS Price ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UCSC:32106020979586

Category: Education

Page:

View: 721

Download →

Posted in:

Practitioner Research in Education

Who best carries it out ? Can it be free from political influence ? While practitioner research is widely advocated, little is known about its effect on individuals, teams and the institution. In Practitioner Research in Education, the au

Author: David Middlewood

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9781853964435

Category: Education

Page: 179

View: 555

Download →

`This is a very simple but notable piece of work....they have done a service to education in providing evidence (and there is remarkably little elsewhere) that continuous professional development does pay off in terms of a better education for pupils in schools' - School Leadership and Management Much debate currently concerns the value of education research : how is it perceived by practitioners and students ? How useful and relevant is it ? Who best carries it out ? Can it be free from political influence ? While practitioner research is widely advocated, little is known about its effect on individuals, teams and the institution. In Practitioner Research in Education, the au
Posted in:

Handbook of Research in Education Finance and Policy

Heterogeneous competitive effects ofcharter schools in Milwaukee (NCSPE
WorkingPaper). New York: National Center for the Studyof Privatization in
Education. Oakes, J. (1985).Keeping track: How schools structure inequality.
New Haven ...

Author: Helen F. Ladd

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135041052

Category: Education

Page: 676

View: 554

Download →

Sponsored by the Association for Education Finance and Policy (AEFP), the second edition of this groundbreaking handbook assembles in one place the existing research-based knowledge in education finance and policy, with particular attention to elementary and secondary education. Chapters from the first edition have been fully updated and revised to reflect current developments, new policies, and recent research. With new chapters on teacher evaluation, alternatives to traditional public schooling, and cost-benefit analysis, this volume provides a readily available current resource for anyone involved in education finance and policy. The Handbook of Research in Education Finance and Policy traces the evolution of the field from its initial focus on school inputs and revenue sources used to finance these inputs, to a focus on educational outcomes and the larger policies used to achieve them. Chapters show how decision making in school finance inevitably interacts with decisions about governance, accountability, equity, privatization, and other areas of education policy. Because a full understanding of important contemporary issues requires inputs from a variety of perspectives, the Handbook draws on contributors from a number of disciplines. Although many of the chapters cover complex, state-of-the-art empirical research, the authors explain key concepts in language that non-specialists can understand. This comprehensive, balanced, and accessible resource provides a wealth of factual information, data, and wisdom to help educators improve the quality of education in the United States.
Posted in:

The SAGE Handbook for Research in Education

Flores, M.A. (2001). Person and context in becoming a new teacher. Journal of
Education for Teaching, 27, 135–148. Frazier, L. (1977). The multicultural facet of
education. Journal of Research and Development in Education, 11, 10–16. Fuller
 ...

Author: Clifton F. Conrad

Publisher: SAGE Publications

ISBN: 9781412973359

Category: Education

Page: 624

View: 324

Download →

The SAGE Handbook for Research in Education: Engaging Ideas and Enriching Inquiry, edited by Clifton F. Conrad and Ronald C. Serlin, invites and stimulates students, faculty, and policymakers to become more self-reflective in their inquiry. Placing the pursuit of ideas at the epicenter of research, distinguished K–12 and higher education scholars advance myriad ideas for enhancing educational inquiry, relying extensively on narratives, vignettes, and examples of key episodes in inquiry. These exemplars illuminate past, present, and emerging approaches across fields and domains of inquiry to research in education.
Posted in:

Research in Education

With Lucidity Of Narration, Examples From Every Day Life, Analytical Presentation, Integral Approach In Controversial Matters And Actual Questions Asked In University Papers Given At The End Of Each Chapter, This Work Is An Ideal Textbook ...

Author: S.S. Chandra

Publisher: Atlantic Publishers & Dist

ISBN: 8171566596

Category: Education

Page: 517

View: 588

Download →

Once In Decades A Book Is Published, By Mastering Which, A Reader May Feel Himself Master Of The Subject. With Their Vast Experience Of Teaching, Writing And Research In Education, The Authors Have Presented Such A Book. It Covers The Courses Prescribed In This Subject By Various Universities In A Comprehensive Yet Brief Format. With Lucidity Of Narration, Examples From Every Day Life, Analytical Presentation, Integral Approach In Controversial Matters And Actual Questions Asked In University Papers Given At The End Of Each Chapter, This Work Is An Ideal Textbook For The Students And Reference Work For Teachers Of The Subjects. A Comprehensive Bibliography At The End Shall Guide Those Who Wish To Study This Subject Further In More Details.
Posted in:

How to Design and Evaluate Research in Education

This is the only copiously illustrated educational research text available. Packaged with the text are an Interactive Student CD-Rom and Student Workbook that provide practice opportunity and resources.

Author: Jack R. Fraenkel

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies

ISBN: PSU:000058204634

Category: Education

Page: 620

View: 405

Download →

This text provides a comprehensive introduction to educational research. Each step in the research process is described and discussed in detail, and thorough coverage of the most widely-used research methodologies in education is provided. New to this edition is an expanded focus on qualitative methods. New Parts V and VI provide an expanded introduction to qualitative methods, and take a close look at different qualitative methodologies. Also new is an enhanced chapter on Action Research. Examples of key concepts and ideas in all chapters highlight the texts practicability, and step-by-step analyses of real research studies, and. End-of-chapter Problem Sheets, comprehensive coverage of data analysis, and how to prepare research proposals and reports make the text appropriate both for courses that focus on doing research and for those that stress how to read and understand research. To keep students engaged, the authors' writing is simple and direct. Clarifying examples, summarizing charts, tables and diagrams, numerous illustrations of key concepts and ideas, and a friendly two-color design enhance the content. This is the only copiously illustrated educational research text available. Packaged with the text are an Interactive Student CD-Rom and Student Workbook that provide practice opportunity and resources.
Posted in:

Policy Research In Educational Settings

The book offers guidance on the theoretical and methodological resources available to practitioners and others with an interest in doing research on policy and discusses some of the main issues and problems in doing policy research on ...

Author: Ozga, Jenny

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)

ISBN: 9780335202959

Category: Education

Page: 146

View: 219

Download →

The book offers guidance on the theoretical and methodological resources available to practitioners and others with an interest in doing research on policy and discusses some of the main issues and problems in doing policy research on education. It offers examples of research on policy at different system levels, pursuing themes such as globalization, changing governance of education, selection, choice and exclusion, managerialism and the feminisation of educational management.
Posted in:

Research Methods for Education in the Digital Age

Research Methods for Education in the Digital Age begins by outlining forms of education that are seen as digital, such as virtual, blended, immersive learning, examining the extent to which these are different or just adapted versions of ...

Author: Maggi Savin-Baden

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781474245623

Category: Education

Page: 296

View: 132

Download →

"This engaging introduction provides critical discussion over the dilemmas of researching education in a digital age and ways forward through research in this complex area. Research Methods for Education in the Digital Age begins by outlining forms of education that are seen as digital, such as virtual, blended, immersive learning, examining the extent to which these are different or just adapted versions of earlier methods and approaches to education. Maggi Savin-Baden and Gemma Tombs go on to examine current practices in research, identifying the successful adoption and adaption of theories and present practical guidance on new and emerging methodologies, methods, and analytical practices for undertaking educational research in this area. New methodologies discussed include viral methodologies, digital arts-based inquiry and digital visual methodologies as well as discussing adaptations of widely used methods like ethnography to the specific needs of researching digital teaching and learning. The book concludes by outlining the major challenges faced by today's digital researchers, exploring approaches to digital ethics, digital data collection, analysis and dissemination and suggests helpful ways of dealing with the complexities and ethical challenges of undertaking research in and for digital spaces. Using case studies, research tips, a glossary and annotated further reading, the authors take a step by step approach from conceptualizing the research ideas, selecting the appropriate method to the dissemination of the findings. At a time when education is changing rapidly with digital and technological advances, Research Methods for Education in the Digital Age is essential reading for educational researchers in the digital domain"--
Posted in:

Using Case Study in Education Research

This book provides an accessible introduction to using case studies.

Author: Lorna Hamilton

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9781446271445

Category: Education

Page: 240

View: 881

Download →

This book provides an accessible introduction to using case studies. It makes sense of literature in this area, and shows how to generate collaborations and communicate findings. The authors bring together the practical and the theoretical, enabling readers to build expertise on the principles and practice of case study research, as well as engaging with possible theoretical frameworks. They also highlight the place of case study as a key component of educational research. With the help of this book, M-Level students, teacher educators and practitioner researchers will gain the confidence and skills needed to design and conduct a high quality case study. Dr Lorna Hamilton is a Senior Lecturer in Education Research at the University of Edinburgh. Dr Connie Corbett-Whittier is an Associate Professor of English and Humanities at Friends University, Topeka, Kansas. 'Drawing on a wide range of their own and others' experiences, the authors offer a comprehensive and convincing account of the value of case study in educational research. What comes across - quite passionately - is the way in which a case study approach can bring to life some of the complexities, challenges and contradictions inherent in educational settings. The book is written in a clear and lively manner and should be an invaluable resource for those teachers and students who are incorporating a case study dimension into their research work.' -Ian Menter, Professor of Teacher Education, University of Oxford 'This book is comprehensive in its coverage, yet detailed in its exposition of case study research. It is a highly interactive text with a critical edge and is a useful tool for teaching. It is of particular relevance to practitioner researchers, providing accessible guidance for reflective practice. It covers key matters such as: purposes, ethics, data analysis, technology, dissemination and communities for research. And it is a good read!' - Professor Anne Campbell, formerly of Leeds Metropolitan University 'This excellent book is a principled and theoretically informed guide to case study research design and methods for the collection, analysis and presentatin of evidence' - Professor Andrew Pollard, Institute of Education, University of London Research Methods in Education series: Each book in this series maps the territory of a key research approach or topic in order to help readers progress from beginner to advanced researcher. Each book aims to provide a definitive, market-leading overview and to present a blend of theory and practice with a critical edge. All titles in the series are written for Master's-level students anywhere and are intended to be useful to the many diverse constituencies interested in research on education and related areas. Other books in the series: - Qualitative Research in Education, Atkins and Wallace - Action Research in Education, McAteer - Ethnography in Education, Mills and Morton For more about the series and additional resources visit the BERA/SAGE series page here.
Posted in:

Handbook of Mindfulness in Education

This handbook addresses the educational uses of mindfulness in schools. It summarizes the state of the science and describes current and emerging applications and challenges throughout the field.

Author: Kimberly A. Schonert-Reichl

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 1493935046

Category: Psychology

Page: 394

View: 940

Download →

This handbook addresses the educational uses of mindfulness in schools. It summarizes the state of the science and describes current and emerging applications and challenges throughout the field. It explores mindfulness concepts in scientific, theoretical, and practical terms and examines training opportunities both as an aspect of teachers’ professional development and a means to enhance students’ social-emotional and academic skills. Chapters discuss mindfulness and contemplative pedagogy programs that have produced positive student outcomes, including stress relief, self-care, and improved classroom and institutional engagement. Featured topics include: A comprehensive view of mindfulness in the modern era. Contemplative education and the roots of resilience. Mindfulness practice and its effect on students’ social-emotional learning. A cognitive neuroscience perspective on mindfulness in education that addresses students’ academic and social skills development. Mindfulness training for teachers and administrators. Two universal mindfulness education programs for elementary and middle school students. The Handbook of Mindfulness in Education is a must-have resource for researchers, graduate students, clinicians, and practitioners in psychology, psychiatry, education, and medicine, as well as counseling, social work, and rehabilitation therapy.
Posted in:

Action Research in Teaching and Learning

A practical, down-to-earth guide for those who work in teaching and learning in universities, this book will be indispensable reading for those who would like to carry out action research on their own practice.

Author: Lin S Norton

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135265465

Category: Education

Page: 224

View: 901

Download →

A practical, down-to-earth guide for those who work in teaching and learning in universities, this book will be indispensable reading for those who would like to carry out action research on their own practice. Lin S Norton's concept of 'pedagogical action research' has come from over twenty years' experience of carrying out such research, and more than six years of encouraging colleagues to carry out small scale studies at an institutional, national and international level. This accessible text illustrates what might be done to improve teaching/supporting learning by carrying out action research to address such questions such as: What can I do to enthuse my students? What can I do to help students become more analytical? How can I help students to link theory with their practice? What can I do to make my lecturing style more accessible? What is going wrong in my seminars when my students don't speak? Action Research for Teaching and Learning offers readers practical advice on how to research their own practice in a higher education context. It has been written specifically to take the reader through each stage of the action research process with the ultimate goal of producing a research study which is publishable. Cognisant of the sector’s view on what is perceived to be ‘mainstream research’, the author has also written a substantial theoretical section which justifies the place of pedagogical action research in relation to reflective practice and the scholarship of teaching and learning.
Posted in:

Annual Report New Zealand Council for Educational Research

for a bulletin series on the South Pacific , and an address to the Suva Institute for
Educational Research . ( d ) In August , along with nearly 60 New Zealand
teachers , I attended the 23rd World Congress in Adelaide of the International
Society ...

Author: New Zealand Council for Educational Research

Publisher:

ISBN: OSU:32435023821515

Category: Education

Page:

View: 979

Download →

Posted in:

Success with your Education Research Project

Study Skills in Education This series addresses key study skills in the context of education courses, helping students indentify their strenghts and weaknesses, increase their confidence and realise their academic potential.

Author: John Sharp

Publisher: Learning Matters

ISBN: 9780857259486

Category: Education

Page: 152

View: 805

Download →

Success with Your Education Research Project is a practical, user-friendly text on research methods aimed specifically at undergraduate students on education courses. Research projects are carried out in schools and non-school settings by nearly all undergraduates in teacher training, Education Studies and other educational disciplines, and this book makes clear references to these courses and contexts throughout. All chapters include learning outcomes, worked examples, practical and reflective tasks and summaries of key points. Topics such as using the Net and plagiarism are covered with up to date information, while key content on literature searches, critical thinking and the development of argument provides clear guidance and ensures deeper understanding. This new edition has been updated throughout to provide greater depth on many topics. Study Skills in Education This series addresses key study skills in the context of education courses, helping students indentify their strenghts and weaknesses, increase their confidence and realise their academic potential. The books are suitable for students on: - any course of Initial Teacher Training leading to the award of QTS (primary or secondary) - degree course in Education or Education Studies with or without QTS - degree courses in Early Years or Early Childhood Studies; - foundation degrees in Education or any education-related subject discipline
Posted in:

A Survey of Research in Education

Author: M. B. Buch

Publisher: Baroda : Centre of Advanced Study in Education. Faculty of Education and Psychology, M.S. University of Baroda

ISBN: UOM:39015035802712

Category: Education

Page: 618

View: 400

Download →

Posted in:

Scientific Research in Education

The National Academy Press presents the full text of "Scientific Research in Education," a book from the National Academies Center for Education. Richard J. Shavelson and Lisa Towne edited the book, which was published in 2002.

Author: National Research Center

Publisher: Joseph Henry Press

ISBN: UOM:39015055852993

Category: Education

Page: 188

View: 471

Download →

The National Academy Press presents the full text of "Scientific Research in Education," a book from the National Academies Center for Education. Richard J. Shavelson and Lisa Towne edited the book, which was published in 2002. The book focuses on the need to use research-based knowledge in the effort to make educational reforms.
Posted in:

Methodological Challenges When Exploring Digital Learning Spaces in Education

This volume is devoted to stimulating debate about the various methodological challenges facing the researcher in the digital sphere of educational research, and furthermore, exploring what kind of new methodological approaches these ...

Author: Greta Björk Gudmundsdottir

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9789462097377

Category: Education

Page: 156

View: 918

Download →

"Over the last decade, the practices by which scholarly knowledge is produced – both within and across disciplines – have been substantially influenced by the appearance of digital information resources, communication networks and technology enhanced research tools. Viewed from a methodological perspective, the rich ICT-based environment in educational settings influences research methods, ethics and the general conduct of research. Methodological Challenges When Exploring Digital Learning Spaces in Education represents a collection of work of established academics as well as emerging early career researchers all of whom focus on various methodological challenges. From numerous perspectives, the chapters in this volume deal with three particularly demanding challenges for educational research in digital learning contexts. The first challenge concerns how research manages to explore networked learning within a multi-faceted ICT environment. What kind of research designs and forms of data collection are able to grasp this complexity of multiple learning taking place within these contexts? The second challenge deals with how researchers experience the research context and interact with various actors within these settings. How to capture and understand interaction between contexts and across different dimensions of contexts in time and space? And finally, the third challenge is about exploring how children make meaning across physical places and virtual spaces. All together, these challenges are questioning the traditional research methods that we use and are familiar with. This volume is devoted to stimulating debate about the various methodological challenges facing the researcher in the digital sphere of educational research, and furthermore, exploring what kind of new methodological approaches these challenges impose. It is aimed at students, researchers and academics within education and those working with learning across disciplines and contexts interested in methodological issues. Greta Björk Gudmundsdottir lives and works in Oslo, where she is a Researcher at the Norwegian Centre for ICT in Education. Kristin Beate Vasbø also works and lives in Oslo, where she is an Associate Professor at the Department of Teacher Education and School Research, University of Oslo. "
Posted in:

Introduction to Research in Education

Provides comprehensive coverage of educational research. Enables readers to master the basic competencies necessary to understand and evaluate the research of others, as well as plan and conduct their own research.

Author: Donald Ary

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt P

ISBN: 0155009826

Category: Education

Page: 590

View: 466

Download →

Posted in: