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    Archive for the ‘Ed. Research’ Category

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    Best. Dissertation. Ever.

    Well, certainly the best one I’ve ever read (and I’ve read dozens). This is the dissertation recently defended by one of my new colleagues, Dr. Hilary Hughes-Decatur. It is an absolutely brilliant piece of work; it’s rich with issues to be explored, ranging from how we deal with “bodily-not-enoughness” in schools to how we elicit […]

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    To everything there is a season…except learning

    What the best and wisest parent wants for his own child, that must the community want for all of its children. Any other ideal for our schools is narrow and unlovely; acted upon it destroys our democracy. – John Dewey (1900, p. 3) I am by no means the best or wisest parent. However, lately, […]

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    Scientifically-based Blog Post #1

    [NOTE  #1: this was originally posted on February 7, 2008.  I am re-posting it here as part of the #edublogBT idea/meme about which I wrote yesterday.] [NOTE #2: at the time, I had designs on posting a weekly blog post about educational research.  I think I got as far 4 or 5 entries before that […]

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    Peer-review of Marzano’s IWB Study, Part V

    [NOTE: this is the final post in a series of posts about a report recently issued based on a study done by Marzano Research Laboratory.  Part I is here, Part II is here, Part III is here, and Part IV is here.] PART V: SUMMARY AND RECOMMENDATIONS [NOTE #2:  I know, I know…I’m a couple […]

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    “Peer-review” of Marzano’s IWB Study, Part IV

    [NOTE: this is the fourth in a series of posts about a report recently issued based on a study done by Marzano Research Laboratory.  Part I is here, Part II is here, and Part III is here.] PART IV:  INTERNAL VALIDITY “Internal Validity is the approximate truth about inferences regarding cause-effect or causal relationships” (Trochim, […]

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