The author draws on his experience of doing teacher-research while being a high school teacher and department head. Roth uses six concrete research studies that he has conducted alone or with peers to describe the salient parts of any teacher-researcher investigation including: what topic to study; issues of ethics and permissions from students, school, and parents; how and what sources to collect; how to structure resources; how to construct data from the materials; how to derive claims; and how to write a report/research study.
Roth chose the case-based approach because cases provide the details necessary for understanding why and how he, as teacher-researcher, has made certain decisions, and what he would do differently today.Using this case-based approach, he allows readers to tie methods choices to situations that they likely are familiar with.
|Produto sob encomenda||Sim|
|Marca||Lightning Source Inc|
|Ano da edição||2007|
|Número de Páginas||304|