This book provides the basic knowledge and skills to read, interpret, evaluate, and write about quantitative and qualitative educational research. It allows teachers to make program, curriculum, and instructional decisions based on research results. The authors' goal is to guide readers to think as research consumers through directed learning activities based on current integrated language arts principles and practices. Chapter topics include the research process; research designs; reading and evaluating research reports; reading and evaluating sections: abstract, background, and purpose; reading and interpreting reviews of research; and locating information about research reports. For teachers of any and all grade levels-- pre-kindergarten through post-graduate.Their initial reading problems can compound as they receive less text exposure than good readers during the ... The treatment effects for the two phonologically trained groups remained robust at a third-grade follow-up. Specifically, children receiving forty treatment sessions involving a combination of sound categorization and practice in manipulating word families with plastic letters were almost one yearanbsp;...
|Title||:||Interpreting Educational Research|
|Author||:||Daniel R. Hittleman, Alan J. Simon|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 2002|