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Marguerite Lodico, Dean Spaulding, and Katherine Voegtle (2010)

Methods in Educational Research: From Theory to Practice

John Wiley & Sons, 2 ed. (ISBN: 978-0470436806).

Written for students, educators, and researchers, Methods in Educational Research offers a refreshing introduction to the principles of educational research. Designed for the real world of educational research, the book’s approach focuses on the types of problems likely to be encountered in professional experiences. Reflecting the importance of The No Child Left Behind Act, “scientifically based” educational research, school accountability, and professional demands of the twenty–first century, this resource empowers educational researchers to conduct research in their classrooms, districts, and the greater educational community—activities now not only expected but required of all teachers.

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