Doing a small-scale research project is a compulsory element of an Education Studies degree. This book will guide and support students through their research, offering practical advice on designing, planning and completing the research , collecting and analysing data and on writing up. It outlines the philosophical approaches underpinning research together with the key concepts and current debates in education research. Chapters cover: - Research paradigms - Ethical approaches to research - Research methods including interviewing, questionnaires, observation and experiments - Research diaries and personal biography - Writing up your research Each chapter includes points for reflection, encouraging students to explore different perceptions on the whole research project. Tasks in each chapter take readers through the process of designing and justifying their own research project. Essential reading for education studies students, it will also be very suitable for those doing masters courses in education, students on initial teacher training programmes and of interest to others, such as classroom assistants, studying education on foundation degrees .Ask children to identify and list further cause and effect connectives in other explanation texts. Using PCM 2 pupils to practise combining sentences. Add connectives children have found to the list and discuss the appropriate use of commas.
|Title||:||Key Issues for Education Researchers|
|Author||:||Diana Burton, Steve Bartlett|
|Publisher||:||SAGE - 2009-05-20|