- Author:Daniel Muijs
- Publisher:SAGE Publications Ltd; First edition (May 24, 2004)
- Pages:240 pages
- Subcategory:Schools & Teaching
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The author writes for non-mathematical students, avoiding the use of mathematical formulae wherever possible. No prior knowledge of quantitative methods is needed to use this book. The author's approach features. a realistic approach, using actual databases.
Muijs' book is a must-have for every education major, as well as for arts graduates doing postgraduate qualifications in education
Muijs' book is a must-have for every education major, as well as for arts graduates doing postgraduate qualifications in education.
Professor Daniel Muijs is Chair of Education. Библиографические данные. Previously he worked at the University of Manchester as Chair of Pedagogy and Teacher Development at the University of Manchester, School of Education, as Chair of School Leadership and Management at the University of Newcastle and as senior at Warwick Institute of Education.
Daniel Muijs - University of Southampton, UK. Additional resources . Additional resources: Online Resources. December 2010 264 pages SAGE Publications Ltd. Download flyer Recommend to Library.
The author writes for non-mathematical students, avoiding the use of mathematical formulae wherever possible. Sage Publications London, Thousand Oaks, New Delhi.
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London, Thousand Oaks, New Delhi. First published 2004. While each chapter can be studied separately, a better under-standing will be reached by reading the book sequentially. This book is intended as a non-mathematical introduction, and a soft-ware package will be used to analyse the data.
· a realistic approach, using actual databases
· an emphasis on the use of effect sizes
· a user-friendly approach, based on the latest version of SPSS throughout.
The use of two real educational datasets keeps the content relevant, and shows students the imperfections and problems which they will meet in real-life research. The datasets use common international measures and access to the datasets, allowing students to practice and answer the questions that follow each chapter, is available though the book website.
This book is for researchers and students studying research methods in education. It is suitable as a main textbook for quantitative methods courses, as well as a resource for researchers in this field.