Classroom Research Partnerships guides academic researchers through the conceptualization, implementation, and dissemination of s...
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Classroom Research Partnerships guides academic researchers through the conceptualization, implementation, and dissemination of studies based in school communities. As dynamic, complex contexts, classrooms are rich with the potential for deepening our understanding of teaching and learning processes and creating robust, ecologically valid innovations in education. Designed for both first-time and experienced classroom researchers, this book's unique framework will move readers toward more responsive, reflexive, and mutually beneficial collaborations. Each chapter presents background on key research decisions, logistical and ethical considerations, and objectives for advancing knowledge and professional practice. Examples are drawn from the research experiences of the authors as well as classroom researchers interviewed for the book, which collectively provides an array of project designs in different cultural settings from early childhood through high school. Researchers from universities, school districts, and nonprofits will find renewed inspiration to set goals that pursue positive and equitable change for the students, teachers, and communities at the heart of classroom research partnerships.
Debra K. Meyer is Professor in the School of Education at Elmhurst University, USA.
Julianne C. Turner is Professor Emerita in the Department of Psychology at the University of Notre Dame, USA.
Nancy E. Perry is Professor in the Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology and Special Education and Dorothy Lam Chair in Special Education at the University of British Columbia, Canada.
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Classroom Research Partnerships
Collaborating with School Communities for the Common Good