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How to Design and Evaluate Research in Education 10e provides a comprehensive introduction to educational research. The text covers the most widely used research methodologies and discusses each step in the research process in detail. Step-by-step analysis of real research studies provides students with practical examples of how to prepare their work and read that of others. End-of-chapter problem sheets, comprehensive coverage of data analysis, and information on how to prepare research proposals and reports make it appropriate both for courses that focus on doing research and for those that stress how to read and understand research.
How to Design and Evaluate Research in Education, 10e
CHAPTER 1: The Nature of Research
CHAPTER 2: The Research Problem
CHAPTER 3: Locating and Reviewing the Literature
CHAPTER 4: Ethics and Research
CHAPTER 5: Variables and Hypotheses
CHAPTER 6: Sampling
CHAPTER 7: Instrumentation
CHAPTER 8: Validity and Reliability
CHAPTER 9: Internal Validity
CHAPTER 10: Descriptive Analyses
CHAPTER 11: Inferential Statistics
CHAPTER 12: Statistics in Perspective
CHAPTER 13: Experimental Research
CHAPTER 14: Single-Subject Research
CHAPTER 15: Correlational Research
CHAPTER 16: Causal-Comparative Research
CHAPTER 17: Survey Research
CHAPTER 18: The Nature of Qualitative Research
CHAPTER 19: Observation and Interviewing
CHAPTER 20: Analysis
CHAPTER 21: Ethnographic Research
CHAPTER 22: Historical Research
CHAPTER 23: Mixed-Methods Research
CHAPTER 24: Action Research
CHAPTER 25: Preparing Research Proposals and Reports
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