Educational Research: Fundamentals for the Consumer

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Longman, 2000 - Education - 377 pages
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Contents

Introduction to Research in Education
1
Variables Research Problems and Hypotheses
27
STUDY QUESTIONS
45
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James H. McMillan is Professor and Chair of the Department of Foundations of Education at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia, where he teaches educational research and assessment courses and directs the Research and Evaluation Track of the PhD in Education program. He is also Executive Director of the Metropolitan Educational Research Consortium, a partnership of Virginia Commonwealth University and eight Richmond-area school divisions that conducts and disseminates applied research. His current research interests include classroom and large-scale formative assessment. He has recently published the fifth edition of "Classroom Assessment: Principles and Practice for Effective Standards-Based Instruction" and edited "Formative Classroom Assessment: Theory into Practice". He has authored three educational research methods textbooks and published numerous articles in journals, including the "American Educational Research Journal, the Journal of Educational Psychology, Contemporary Educational Psychology, "and "Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice.

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