Routledge International Handbook of Educational Effectiveness
Edited by Chris Chapman, Daniel Muijs, David Reynolds, Pam Sammons, Charles Teddlie
Routledge – 2014 – 456 pages
The International Handbook of Educational Effectiveness draws together the leading academics and researchers in the field to reflect on the history, traditions and the most recent developments in this dynamic and influential field. This handbook provides a comprehensive overview of:
In conclusion, the handbook sets out a new agenda for future educational effectiveness research.
This handbook is an essential resource for those interested in the effectiveness of educational systems, organisations and classrooms. It offers academics, researchers, students and policy-makers new insights into the latest thinking and evidence about educational effectiveness.
Chapter 1: School Effectiveness, School Improvement AND Educational Effectiveness Research: An historical survey
Part 1: The Foundations of Educational Effectiveness Research
Chapter 2: The Scientific Properties of School Effects
Chapter 3: Effective School Processes
Chapter 4: The Scientific Properties of Teacher Effects/ Effective Teaching Processes
Chapter 5: Theory Development in EER
Part 2: Methodology in Educational Effectiveness Research
Chapter 6: Quantitative Methods
Chapter 7: Qualitative Methods
Chapter 8: Mixed Methods
Part 3: Synergies between EDUCATION EFFECTIVENESS RESEARCH and other fields of Enquiry
Chapter 9: Educational Leadership and Educational Management Research
Chapter 10: Comparative and International Educational Research
Chapter 11: School Improvement Research and Practice
Chapter 12: Educational Effectiveness Programmes
Part 4: the Applications of EDUCATION EFFECTIVENESS RESEARCH
Chapter 13: EER and Educational Policy Development and Implementation
Chapter 14: EER, Teachers and Teaching
Chapter 15: EER and System Reconstruction and Change
Chapter 16: EER in New and Emerging Contexts
Part 5: CHALLENGES TO EDUCATION EFFECTIVENESS RESEARCH Chapter 17: The Challenges of Globalisation and the New Policy Paradigms for EER
Chapter 18: Critical and Alternative Perspectives on EER
PART 6. CONCLUSIONS
Chapter 19: The Future of EER
Chapter 20 Making Connections: Realising the potential of EER
Christopher Chapman, Professor of Education, University of Manchester, UK;
Daniel Muijs, Professor of Education, University of Southampton, UK.
David Reynolds, Professor of Education, University of Southampton, UK.
Pam Sammons, Professorial Senior Research Fellow, Department of Education, University of Oxford, UK.
Charles Teddlie, Jo Ellen Levy Yates Professor of Education, Emeritus, Louisiana State University, USA