Doing Your Education Research Project Paperback – Illustrated, 11 Mar 2008
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'This is a useful practical and easy to read book which makes a real connection between teaching and practitioner research. I have been looking for a new book for researchers and have no hesitation in asking my folk to get hold of a copy of this excellent book.'
-- Dr Ian Terrell, Direcotr of the Midwheb Partnership for Professional Development in Education, Middlesex University
About the Author
Neil Burton is Partnership Manager and Associate Tutor of education masters courses with the University of Leicester, having worked in teacher education for several universities for the past 20 years. He is a member of the editorial board of Education 3-13 and is a recent past Chair of the Association for the Study of Primary Education. In addition to working with several school-based initial teacher training providers, he also teaches children (6-18 years-old) in schools on a regular basis for the joy of it.
Professor Mark Brundrett is Professor of Educational Research and Director of the Centre for Educational Research and Evaluation Services at Liverpool John Moores University (CERES).
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The writers have done a fantastic job. I think it should be compulsory pre course reading for all Educational Research programmes.
If I had been able to read it before my MA course I would have saved myself a lot of unnecessary confusion.
It has enabled me to have a more grounded view of what I am doing and how my work is placed in the research context.
I particularly like their explanation and enlightening diagram of Research terminology on page 65. It explains: Research paradigms, Research Approaches, Nature of Evidence and Research Methods and sets them in a cohesive framework. The diagram is already copied and is up on my office wall !
This is such a well written, clear, concise and practical perspective on educational research.
Julie Bennett (currently: MA Education Student)