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Research in Educational Settings
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Research in Educational Settings


Volume: 29
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Education | Simulation and Gaming

August 1992 | 144 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
This volume aims to help prospective educational researchers plan their research in schools more carefully. It focuses on such issues as: access and credibility in the school; traditional issues of designing research; questions that emerge as the design is imposed on the school culture and setting particularly with regard to school staff and student assessment; the length of interventions and whether or not to schedule follow-up studies; and how to interpret and communicate findings to schools and policy makers.

Using personal experiences from their field research to illustrate key concepts, the authors have also included a research project to clarify the practical issues of school research.

 
Educational Research
What an Interesting Idea

 
 
Getting Started
Accessing School Populations

 
 
Establishing Credibility, Increasing Understanding, and Gaining Commitment
Dreaming an Impossible Dream?

 
 
Issues of Design, Sampling, and Analysis
 
School Personnel
Committed, Indifferent, or Resistant

 
 
Selecting Measures
Comprehensiveness and Depth of Assessment Versus Brevity and Efficiency

 
 
How Long Does My Study Need To Be?
 
Implementing the Research
Hoping for the Best and Coping With the Worst

 
 
Data Analysis and Interpretation
What Does It All Mean?

 

This is a very informative book that highlights areas for development and strengths of different settings. I would suggest students teachers and NQT's may find this useful if they are organising a setting. The research contingent is also useful if a student was researching a variety of settings.

Mrs Andrea Morgans
General Education, Barry College
July 27, 2011

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