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|All Authors / Contributors:||
John A Malone; Bill Atweh; Jeff Northfield
|ISBN:||0805829687 9780805829686 0805829695 9780805829693|
|Description:||xv, 371 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Framework for thinking about research in mathematics and science education --
Ethnography in the classroom --
Quality criteria for the genres of interpretive research --
Using clinical interviews in qualitative research --
Classroom interactions: using interactional sociolinguistics to make sense of recorded classroom talk --
Critical reflections on a problematic student-supervisor relationship --
Higher degree supervision: why it worked --
Teacher, researcher, collaborator, student: multiple roles and multiple dilemmas --
Guiding collaborative action research in science education contexts --
On supervising and being supervised at a distance --
Legitimate peripheral participation in the training of researchers in mathematics and science education --
Supervision in a graduate center --
Scholarly writing in mathematics and science education higher degree courses --
Writing for publication --
Impact of new developments in information technology on postgraduate research and supervision --
Databases: a gateway to literature in mathematics and science education research.
|Responsibility:||edited by John A. Malone, Bill Atweh, Jeffrey R. Northfield.|
This volume contains information for those engaged in postgraduate research and supervision in mathematics and science education, and those using educational and sociological research paradigms. It provides details for planning, conducting, reporting and publishing qualitative research.
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