Reflective Practice in Educational Research: Developing Advanced Skills

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Continuum, 2002 - 243 pages
Transferring the model of reflective practice to research, this book is for those who have found that their initial research training, if they received one, has proved not entirely adequate, or who have found research more complex or intractable than expected. Drawing on examples from her own research and others, Linda Evans shows how, as reflective practitioners, researchers as can develop more advanced methods and understandings. It has an international treatment and does not assume familiarity with any one educational system, citing examples of research from different territories.

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Developing as an educational researcher
Whats wrong with educational research?
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