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Success with your Education Research Project 2ed

by John Sharp Learning Matters
Pub Date:
06/2012
ISBN:
9780857259479
Format:
Pbk 152 pages
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Success with your Education Research Project is a practical, user-friendly text on research methods aimed specifically at undergraduate students on education courses. Research projects are carried out in schools and non-school settings by nearly all undergraduates in teacher training, Education Studies and other educational disciplines, and this book makes clear references to these courses and contexts throughout. All chapters include learning outcomes, worked examples, practical and reflective tasks and summaries of key points. Topics such as using the net and plagiarism are covered with up to date information, while key content on literature searches, crtical thinking and the development of argument provides clear guidance and ensures deeper understanding. This new edition has been updated throughout to provide greater depth on many topics.

Let's get Acquainted
Finding a Focus and Formulating a Plan
Looking at Literature
Approaching It in Style
Discovering Things: Questionnaires
Conversations with a Purpose: Research Interviews
Seeing Is Believing: Observation
From the Past to the Here and Now: Documents and Documentary Research
Making Sense of Data: Analyzing Numbers and Words
Writing up
FAQs
Glossary
Index

John Sharp is Professor of Education and Programme Leader for the BA/BSC (Hons) Education and Subject Studies degree at Bishop Grosseteste University College, Lincoln. He teaches undergraduate courses on both qualitative and quantitative research methods.