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Each Chapter begins with an "Introduction" and ends with a "Summary," "Study Questions," "Exercise(s)," and "Key Concepts and Terms." I.INTRODUCTION. 1.Introduction to Educational Research. Why Study… Continue Reading
The authors empirically tested a theoretical model of mastery motivation with 169 4-year-old African American at-risk children and their parents. The authors hypothesized that (a) parent… Continue Reading
Service-learning is a form of experiential education in which students apply the knowledge andskills they learn in the classroom to carry out projects that meet a human or community… Continue Reading
Service learning is a method under which students learn and develop through active participation in thoughtfully organized activities that are conducted in and meet the needs of a community. Service… Continue Reading
A substantial proportion of quantitative educational research is non-experimental because many important variables of interest are not manipulable. Because nonexperimental research is an important… Continue Reading