Gough, David, "Appraising Evidence Claims," Review of Research in Education, March, 2021. Vol. 45, pp. 1-26.
Summarizes the task of, and the tools used in, appraising the quality and fitness-to-purpose of research evidence claims; sets forth a framework for doing this that addresses 1) the nature of an evidence claim, 2) the basis for making such claims, and 3) the standards used to judge these claims, as well as 4) the communication of these claims to policy makers, practitioners, and others using the research in their educational decision-making; focuses on doing reviews of research that aim to match user contexts.
Broad Topical Focus
Curriculum Inquiry Guidelines, Relation of Curriculum Research to Practice, Critique and Utilization of Curriculum Research and Inquiry
Mode of Inquiry in the Study
Philosophical Inquiry-Speculative Essay, Integrative Inquiry
Type of Study
Knowledge Generartion, Knowledge Linkage, Knowledge Utilization
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