The SAGE Handbook for Research in Education: Engaging Ideas and Enriching Inquiry
The SAGE Handbook for Research in Education: Engaging Ideas and Enriching Inquiry, edited by Clifton F. Conrad and Ronald C. Serlin, invites and stimulates students, faculty, and policymakers to become more self-reflective in their inquiry. Placing the pursuit of ideas at the epicenter of research, distinguished K–12 and higher education scholars advance myriad ideas for enhancing educational inquiry, relying extensively on narratives, vignettes, and examples of key episodes in inquiry. These exemplars illuminate past, present, and emerging approaches across fields and domains of inquiry to research in education.
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Minding the Gap Between Research and Policymaking
Identifying Meaningful Problems
What Are We Tripping On? Transgressing the Fault Lines
on School Family and Community Partnerships
Reconceptualizing and Recentering
Conceptualizing and Conducting Meaningful
Rationale and Rigor in Choosing What to Observe
Approaching Rigor in Applied Qualitative Research
Challenges in Conducting Inquiry
Challenges in Writing
An Approach to Educational Inquiry
Enriching Inquiry Through
A FirstPerson Account
Developing and Nurturing Interesting and Researchable Ideas
What Is Your Burning Question?
Challenges in Preparing for Inquiry
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