Educational Research, Methodology and Measurement: An International Handbook
John P. Keeves
Elsevier Science & Technology Books, 1988 - Education - 832 pages
This Handbook consists of 139 articles which examine educational research methods and perspectives currently employed throughout the world. Developed from The International Encyclopedia of Education, the Handbook contains revised and updated articles from the original work as well as a significant number of new articles commissioned to cover important recent developments in the field of educational investigation. This collection of articles is truly unique, with a range and depth of treatment which goes well beyond that previously assembled in other works in this field. The Handbook is an important and necessary addition to every personal or reference library concerned with educational research, methodology and measurement.
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History of Educational Research
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ability achievement action research analysis ANCOVA applied approach assessment attitude behavior bias cation characteristics classroom coefficient cognitive concepts construct correlation criterion-referenced criterion-referenced test defined domain educa educational research effects empirical ence error estimate evaluation examination example factor analysis factors generalizability theory Guttman scale hermeneutics identified indicator individual inquiry interaction International interpretation interview investigation involved item response item response theory knowledge latent trait learning Likert scales mean measurement ment metacognition methods National objects observation paradigm parameters particular person possible practice problems procedures Psychol psychological questionnaire questions random Rasch Rasch model reliability sample scale selection social science specific standard statistical subjects sufficient statistic survey teachers techniques test items test scores theory Thurstone Thurstone scales tion tional tive trait theory validity variables variance