PART ONE: BACKGROUNDS AND CONTEXTS
Background to Our Research: Reasons and Purposes
Contexts of Our Research
Looking for Data
What Experiences Can We Describe to Show Why We Are Concerned?
PART TWO: GATHERING DATA AND GENERATING EVIDENCE
Monitoring Practice and Gathering Data
What Kind of Data Will We Gather to Show the Situation as It Unfolds
Interpreting Data and Generating Evidence in Relation to Living Critical Standards of Judgement
How Do We Explain Our Educational Influences in Learning?
PART THREE: ESTABLISHING VALIDITY AND LEGITIMACY
Validity, Legitimacy and Moral Authority
How Do We Show that Any Conclusions We Come To Are Reasonably Fair and Accurate?
The Potential Significance of Our Research
How Do We Show the Potential Significance of Our Research?
PART FOUR: IMPLICATIONS, EVALUATIONS AND DISSEMINATION
How Do We Show the Implications of Our Research?
Evaluating the Account of Our Research
How Do We Evaluate the Evidence-Based Account of Our Learning?
PART FIVE: TESTING OUR CLAIMS TO EDUCATIONAL KNOWLEDGE
Into New Research
How Do We Modify Our Concerns, Ideas and Practices in the Light of Our Evaluations?