How to Design and Evaluate Research in Education

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Jack R. Fraenkel, Norman E. Wallen
McGraw-Hill, 1996 - Education - 602 pages
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An introduction to educational research, which is a requirement for anyone seeking a masters degree in education. Its coverage includes the steps in the research process, end-of-chapter work sheets, and the most widely used research methodologies.

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Contents

The Nature of Educational Research
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CONTENTS
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One THE NATURE A brief overview of the research
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JACK R. FRAENKEL IS CURRENTLY PROFESSOR OF INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES IN EDUCATION AND DIRECTOR OF THE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER IN THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION AT SAN FRANCISCO STATE UNIVERSITY. HE RECEIVED HIS Ph.D. FROM STANFORD UNIVERSITY AND HAS TAUGHT COURSES IN RESEARCH METHODOLOGY AND STATISTICS FOR MORE THAN 30 YEARS. IN 1997, HE RECEIVED THE JAMES A. MICHENER PRIZE IN WRITING FOR HIS WRITINGS ABOUT THE SOCIAL STUDIES AND THE SOCIAL SCIENCES. HIS CURRENT WORK CENTERS AROUND ADVISING AND ASSISTING FACULTY AND STUDENTS IN GENERATING AND DEVELOPING RESEARCH ENDEAVORS.

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