Looks like you are currently in Netherlands but have requested a page in the United States site. Would you like to change to the United States site?
Shulman Editor. Request permission to reuse content from this site.
Undetected location. NO YES.
Issues in Education Research: Problems and Possibilities. Selected type: Paperback.
Added to Your Shopping Cart. This is a dummy description. Sponsored by the National Academy of Education's Commission on theImprovement of Education Research It has been a decade since the National Academy of Education lastissued a review of education research.
This new volume arrives at acritical time for our nation's schools. More than twenty prominentscholars provide an overview of the tensions, dilemmas, issues, andpossibilities that currently characterize education research.
Theyexamine the state of education research, discuss how it is changingand where it needs to go, and reveal how the results ofresearch--whether good or bad--have become key drivers ofeducational policy and practice. This revelation raises importantquestions about standards for sound research and training forfuture researchers. Issues in Education Research is a valuablereference for the more than 40, college faculty members whostudy schooling and prepare tomorrow's teachers.
She is also president of the National Academy of Education. LEE S.
Issues in Education Research: Problems and Possibilities
He is a past president of the National Academy of Education. Permissions Request permission to reuse content from this site.
The Problem With the Education System - Bryan Shaw - TEDxSevenoaksSchool
An Auspicious Moment for Education Research? Research and Purposes of Education D.
General Current Issues in Education topics
Professing Educational Scholarship L. Neuman, et al.
Greeno, et al. Reviews "This volume constitutes a milestone and a directional marker onthe path to improving the training of educational researchers aswell as enhancing the quality and the impact of educationalresearch.
Download Product Flyer
It is comprehensive, scholarly, and readable, and itpresents a challenge to schools of education and to the society asa whole to do whatever is necessary for us to upgrade the questionswe ask and the answers we provide. Shepard, president, American EducationalResearch Association, and professor, University of Colorado atBoulder "Issues in Education Research's greatest contribution is to providethe reader with a set of well-written chapters that present in onevolume much of the lay of the land--or disputed territory--thatcharacterizes current-day education research This book preparesus for the tough task of going beyond particularistic views.
Shavelson, dean, School of Education, StanfordUniversity.