Educational research: fundamentals for the consumer

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HarperCollins Publishers, 1992 - Education - 326 pages
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Designed to help students become intelligent consumers of educational research, the fifth edition of this text introduces basic research principles to those who may later use research in their work. The author utilizes aids to facilitate student learning, including chapter concept maps, study questions, a book website, and more than 90 examples from published articles, including 9 full-length articles.

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I have the 6th edition. McMillan breaks down every facet of educational research. Particularly useful if you are going to conduct any research, or want to better understand how research is written. Not the most exciting read, but useful. Read full review

Contents

INTRODUCTION TO RESEARCH
1
Types of Educational Research
9
Study Questions
19
Copyright

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