Research and the Teacher: A Qualitative Introduction to School-based Research

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"This highly successful introductory text has been updated in the light of recent debates in qualitative methodology and takes account of the changing nature of the teacher's role as a consequence of recent legislative changes in education. The book's guiding principle remains simple: how to produce school-based research that is both useful and rigorous. It offers a clear pathway through the research process and provides a sound basis from which teachers can realistically conduct school-based research projects. New sections in this second edition include a discussion of the impact of feminism on educational research; further coverage of evaluation, action research and case study research; advice on writing up research; biographical approaches; and the analysis of qualitative data." "The authors have also updated their invaluable annotated further reading list for each chapter."--BOOK JACKET.

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