Educational Research: Competencies for Analysis and Application

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Merrill, 1996 - Education - 662 pages
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With its goal of helping students become competent as both consumers and producers of educational research, this text presents all the skills and procedures needed, with a strong emphasis on evaluation of student performance. The text offers comprehensive instruction that encompasses the full spectrum of the field. Evaluation criteria are presented for each major research task included: problem definition; research planning; sampling; instrumentation; methodology; data analysis; and research reporting.

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User Review  - csweder - LibraryThing

I'm just glad it's over. I'll never understand why I had to read a book about how to do educational research (ie, write a thesis)...when my program does not require that I do so. Sigh. Only 5 more chapters, and I could count as fully read. Not worth it. Read full review

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this is one of the best book in educational research. it has clear and concise ideas easy to capture and distinguish. i will recommend it to new researchers.

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