Contemporary Qualitative Research: Exemplars For Science And Mathematics Educators by Peter Charles TaylorContemporary Qualitative Research: Exemplars For Science And Mathematics Educators by Peter Charles Taylor

Contemporary Qualitative Research: Exemplars For Science And Mathematics Educators

EditorPeter Charles Taylor, John Wallace

Paperback | November 2, 2014

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This accessible volume offers a unique set of research exemplars for science, mathematics and technology educators. The volume explores the important challenge of how to translate leading-edge methodologies into practical research strategies and techniques.

It is the first book on the market that deals specifically with postmodern approaches to research in the field of science education and is a tightly edited volume that provides a coherent treatment of the issues.

Title:Contemporary Qualitative Research: Exemplars For Science And Mathematics EducatorsFormat:PaperbackPublished:November 2, 2014Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:940078712X

ISBN - 13:9789400787124

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgements INTRODUCTION Chapter 1: Contemporary Qualitative Research for Science and Mathematics Educators Peter C. Taylor and John Wallace SECTION I: MOVING FROM THE GOLDEN AGE OF RESEARCH Chapter 2: Working with Critical Feedback to Improve Research Writing Patricia Forster Chapter 3: Understanding Teacher Understanding: An Ethical Challenge Adrienne T. Gibson Chapter 4: Historicity, Narrative and Metaphor: My Journey through Historical Research Robyn White Chapter 5: Understanding the Self as Instrument Judith Mulholland Chapter 6: Exploring Students' Futures Images David Lloyd Chapter 7: School Science Stories and a Strategy of Action for Cultural Transformation Catherine Milne SECTION II: MEETING THE RESEARCH CRISES Chapter 8: Exploring Students' Learning Experiences through Narrative Tales Vaille Dawson Chapter 9: Naturalistic Inquiry in Cross-Cultural Research: A Narrative Turn Jill Slay Chapter 10: A Question of Balance: Critical Incidents, Tensions and Curriculum Change Bob Fitzpatrick Chapter 11: Out of the Ashes: An Autoethnography Russel Montgomery Chapter 12: The Impact of a Research Vignette on My Metaphorical Understandings John Willison Chapter 13: Songs of Innocence and of Experience: Impressionist Tales and Secret Stories of Life in Classrooms David Geelan SECTION III: A NEW ERA OF RESEARCH Chapter 14: Being Punk Helps to Perform a Phenomenological Study Georgina Hawley Chapter 15: A Journey in the Construction of Meaning: Experiencing and Accounting for Emergent Research Methodology Kwena Masha Chapter 16: Excavating A Researcher's Moral Sensitivities: An Autobiographical Research Approach Elizabeth Settelmaier Chapter 17:Developing Perspectival Understanding Les Pereira Chapter 18: Beyond Bricolage Tanya Vernon Chapter 19: Storying, Critical Reflexivity and Imagination Bal Chandra Luitel Contributors Citation Index Index