Learning to Research and Researching to Learn
Annette Hilton, Geoff Hilton
Being an educator involves continual reflection on practice to improve student learning and engagement. Learning to Research and Researching to Learn is an essential introduction to developing research skills and conducting practitioner research in the field of education. Learning to Research and Researching to Learn covers all aspects of educational research, from how to conduct and engage with research, to how to collect, organise and analyse data. Using real-world examples and practitioner findings, the text encourages student and practitioner engagement through discussion questions and case studies relevant to educators in early childhood, primary and secondary contexts. Written by authors with extensive experience as both teachers and researchers, Learning to Research and Researching to Learn is an invaluable resource for educators in all stages of their professional careers.
Highly comprehensive and reader-friendly
Provides readers a practical introduction to research in educational contexts and presents the process in a simple, step-by-step manner
Features case studies and examples from real-world research projects conducted by practitioners in both primary and secondary contexts
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Annette Hilton and Geoff Hilton
Annette Hilton was Associate Professor of Research Leadership at the University of Technology Sydney. Geoff Hilton is a Lecturer in the School of Education at the University of Queensland, where he teaches in the undergraduate and masters programs for initial teacher education
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