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'Mike Lambert's book is a useful source of information, helping to create and shape your research methods project. The book contains detailed chapters with easy to follow guidelines, tips and suggestions ensuring help at every step of the way from start to finish'-Alexander Miesen, student, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences
Wasn't relevant to the research project that my learners needed to carry out (action research). However this may be useful for learners who are studying a BA or MA in the area of education.
A quite useful book for advanced BA and beginning MA students. It's simple language helps students to understand the research process well. Links to online sources are very useful.
This book is packed with detailed and easy to follow guidance. Such a great resource.
I have used aspects of this text with L6 research students. It provides alternative perspectives to fundamental research principles.
A useful addition to our list of suggested reading
The additional support and resources provided by this book was invauable in professional studies for the PGCE students
This book provides step by step guidance and thought provoking questions to assist students. Key points and case studies are especially helpful
This is being recommended to our 4th year BA students and our MaST specialist teachers [ 60 students]. This book provides a guide as to how to go about each stage of the research project in a clear and accessible manner.
A useful book for students starting out on their first education research project
Thisbook has proved very popular with students across all the year groups. First years find it accessible toget started andthrid years hav used it extwnsively in their end of year projects.
An excellent introduction to initial research.Clearly written and very practical.
Lay-out is very user-friendly.
Key points in boxes are helpful.
The appendices are very helpful indeed - especially the glossary and the appendix containing a number of photocopiable templates - also available electronically.
Some of the activities (with answers supplied) could be used in learning and teaching sessions in preparation for students carrying out research.
Advantages/disadvantages of methods are clear-cut and should be helpful in both planning and discussing limitations of research projects carried out.
A useful beginner's guide to research projects for students studying up to intermediate level and conducting small scale projects on early years practice and children's learning.
Easy to access text
Even where students are not undertaking full-scale research projects, this book will give insight to help them develop their own reflective, evidence-based practice.
Very clear text. Key points are helpful. Useful as a foundation for new research students. The project sheets provide good starting points and solutions to activities are included at the end of the book.
A clear book that outlines the stages in your project, full of key tips, an excellent core book