Table of contents for Complementary methods for research in education / edited by Judith L. Green, Greg Camilli, Patricia B. Elmore.


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Contents: L.A. Shepard, Preface. J.L. Green, G. Camilli, P.B. Elmore, Introduction to the Handbook: What's Complementary About Complementary Methods. A. Skukauskaite, E. Grace, On Reading and Using the Volume: Notes to Students. Part I: Foundations. E. Bredo, Philosophies of Educational Research. G.J. Kelly, Epistemology and Educational Research. K.A. Strike, The Ethics of Educational Research. Part II: Introduction to Design & Analysis. C. Bazerman, Analyzing the Multidimensionality of Texts in Education. T. Barone, Arts-Based Educational Research. R.K. Yin, Case Study Methods. K.M. Borman, C. Clarke, B. Cotner, R. Lee, Cross-Case Analysis. A.C. Porter, Curriculum Assessment. K.H. Kim, P.M. Bentler, Data Modeling: Structural Equation Modeling. F. Erickson, Definition and Analysis of Data From Videotape: Some Research Procedures and Their Rationales. A.H. Schoenfeld, Design Experiments. H-Z. Ho, S.L. O'Farrell, S. Hong, S. You, Developmental Research: Theory, Method, Design, and Statistical Analysis. D. Bloome, C. Clark, Discourse-In-Use. H. Braun, Empirical Bayes. J.P. Shaffer, Estimation. K.M. Anderson-Levitt, Ethnography. J. Nespor, Finding Patters With Field Notes. R.J. Shavelson, N.M. Webb, Generalizability Theory. J.L. Rury, Historical Research in Education. A. Henry, Historical Studies: Groups/Institutions. M.E. Brenner, Interviewing in Educational Research. L. Crocker, Introduction to Measurement Theory. S. Embretson, X. Yang, Item Response Theory. D.M. Harrison, S.W. Raudenbush, Linear Regression and Hierarchical Linear Models. G.V. Glass, Meta-Analysis: The Quantitative Synthesis of Research Findings. C.A. Chinn, The Microgenetic Method: Current Work and Extensions to Classroom Research. M.L. Smith, Multiple Methodology in Education Research. F.M. Connelly, D.J. Clandinin, Narrative Inquiry. N.C. Burbules, B.R. Warnick, Philosophical Inquiry. M. Cochran-Smith, K. Donnell, Practitioner Inquiry: Blurring the Boundaries of Research and Practice. J.R. Levin, Probability and Hypothesis Testing. W.R. Shadish, J.K. Luellen, Quasi-Experimental Design. T.D. Cook, V. Sinha, Randomized Experiments in Educational Research. M. Eisenhart, Representing Qualitative Data. B. Thompson, Research Synthesis: Effect Sizes. H. Wainer, P.F. Velleman, Statistical Graphics: A Guidepost for Scientific Discovery. M. Berends, Survey Methods in Educational Research. J. Chromy, Survey Sampling. Part III: Programs of Research. C. Genishi, T. Glupczynski, Language and Literacy Research: Multiple Methods and Perspectives. L.M. McNeil, E.M. Coppola, Official and Unofficial Stories: Getting at the Impact of Policy on Educational Practice. M.E. Goertz, Policy Analysis: Studying Policy Implementation. S. Kushner, C. Adelman, Program Evaluation: A Democratic Practice. L.A. Rex, S.C. Steadman, M.K. Graciano, Researching the Complexity of Classroom Interaction. J.A. Banks, Researching Race, Culture, and Difference: Epistemological Challenges and Possibilities. J.G. Greeno, Theoretical and Practical Advances Through Research on Learning. S. Noffke, K. Zeichner, Programs of Research in Teacher Education.



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Education -- Research -- Methodology.
Education -- Research.