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by David Reynolds,Charles Teddlie

Author: David Reynolds,Charles Teddlie
Subcategory: Schools & Teaching
Language: English
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (December 3, 1999)
Pages: 428 pages
Category: Teaching and Education
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Read instantly in your browser. by Charles Teddlie (Author), David Reynolds (Author). ISBN-13: 978-0750706070. He has published widely. David Reynolds is Professor of Education at the University of Newcastle, UK.

Various is-REFERENCES Averch, H. Carroll, S. Donaldson, T. Kiesling, H. & Pincus, J. (1971)

Various is-REFERENCES Averch, H. (1971). Santa Monica, CA: Rand Corpora-tion. DC: Government Printing Office Inequality: A reassessment of the effect of the family and schooling in America.

It utilizes results from an unpublished, unique survey completed before the preparation of this book (Teddlie and Roberts, 1993) as an organizational framework for Sections 2 and 3 of the book. This two-phase perceptual survey of ‘experts’ in SER concerned their perceptions of the current importance of certain topics (. the context of school effects, the stability of school effects, the effective schools correlates) within the SER field.

R David, C Teddlie, D Reynolds. School effectiveness and school improvement in the United Kingdom. D Reynolds, P Sammons, L Stoll, M Barber, J Hillman

R David, C Teddlie, D Reynolds. Psychology Press, 2000. Effective teaching: Evidence and practice. D Reynolds, P Sammons, L Stoll, M Barber, J Hillman. School Effectiveness and School Improvement 7 (2), 133-158, 1996.

David Reynolds, Charles Teddlie.

by David Reynolds, Charles Teddlie. The authors claim that the challenges now facing educational leaders is to find a balance between SER and the other school movements and to ask more demanding questions of our educational systems.

He has published widely.

ByDavid Reynolds, Charles Teddlie. Reynolds, . Teddlie, C. (2000).

Chicago Distribution Center. William Heard Kilpatrick Professor of Economics and Education Teachers College, Columbia University.

What constitutes quality schooling? What are the implications for educational practice and administration? The text looks at these questions and examines international research evidence and reform initiatives with particular emphasis on North America, UK, Australasia and the Third World. It offers a synopsis of the Third World School Effects Research (SER). The authors claim that the challenges now facing educational leaders is to find a balance between SER and the other school movements and to ask more demanding questions of our educational systems.