Challenges for Educational Research

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Jean Rudduck, Donald McIntyre
SAGE Publications, 1998 - Education - 211 pages
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`There is much in the book that is thought- provoking, and much wise counsel is offered.... I found this book immensely interesting.... I can recommend it to anyone with an interest in educational research' - British Journal of Educational Psychology

`This book, edited by Jean Rudduck and Donald McIntyre, provides an insightful analysis of the key issues, involved in attempting to take stock of what should be the main purposes of educational research and how well the research that has been conducted has met these purposes..Overall, I found this book immensely interesting. It is published by Paul Chapman as one of the BERA Dialogues Series. This series is intended to provide a forum for a scholarly analysis of

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the prospect of change
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learning at the centre
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Jean Rudduck is Director of Research at Homerton College, University of Cambridge, where Julia Flutter is research assistant.

Hazel Hagger is Lecturer in Educational Studies and PGCE Course Director at the University of Oxford. She has written extensively on teachers' learning and development, and on mentoring in education.

Donald McIntyre is Professor of Education at the University of Cambridge and has been engaged in research into teaching and teacher education for 40 years. His previous publications include "Learning without Limits" (Open University Press, 2004).

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