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    • Educational research

    • Educational research refers to the systematic collection and analysis of data related to the field of education. Research may involve a variety of methods. Research may involve various aspects of education including student learning, teaching methods, teacher training, and classroom dynamics. Educational researchers g ... Read »


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    • Abecedarian Early Intervention Project

    • The Carolina Abecedarian Project was a controlled experiment that was conducted in 1972 in North Carolina, United States, by the Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute to study the potential benefits of early childhood education for poor children to enhance school readiness. It has been found that in their ear ... Read »


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    • An Educational System for the Seventies

    • An Educational System for the Seventies, sometimes abbreviated as ES'70 or ES-70, was a research effort in the United States to develop a new secondary school curriculum for the 1970s. It was jointly produced by 19 local school districts, their corresponding state agencies, and the U. S. Office of Education. ... Read »


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    • Arts in education

    • Arts in education is an expanding field of educational research and practice informed by investigations into learning through arts experiences. In this context, the arts can include Performing arts education (dance, drama, music), literature and poetry, storytelling, Visual arts education in film, craft, design, digita ... Read »


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    • Attribute hierarchy method

    • The attribute hierarchy method (AHM), is a cognitively based psychometric procedure developed by Jacqueline Leighton, Mark Gierl, and Steve Hunka at the Centre for Research in Applied Measurement and Evaluation (CRAME) at the University of Alberta. The AHM is one form of cognitive diagnostic assessment that aims to int ... Read »


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    • Central composite design

    • In statistics, a central composite design is an experimental design, useful in response surface methodology, for building a second order (quadratic) model for the response variable without needing to use a complete three-level factorial experiment. After the designed experiment is performed, linear regression is used, ... Read »


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    • Centre for High Performance

    • The Centre for High Performance

      The Centre for High Performance (informally The Centre) is a research group of senior faculty at Kingston University, Duke CE, London Business School, and Green Templeton College, Oxford University that specialises in organisational performance and works with British Boxing, Eton College, the Royal College of Art, and ... Read »


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    • Centre International de Mathématiques Pures et Appliquées


    • Confidence weighting

    • Confidence weighting (CW) is concerned with measuring two variables: (1) what a respondent believes is a correct answer to a question and (2) what degree of certainty the respondent has toward the correctness of this belief. Confidence weighting when applied to a specific answer selection for a particular test or exam ... Read »


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    • CRPBIS

    • Culturally Responsive Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (CRPBIS) is an ongoing statewide research project founded by Dr. Aydin Bal in 2011. The purpose of CRPBIS is to re-mediate school cultures that reproduce behavioral outcome disparities and marginalization of non-dominant students and families. CRPBIS is ... Read »


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    • Curriculum & Instruction


    • Differential item functioning

    • Differential item functioning (DIF), is a statistical characteristic of an item that shows the extent to which the item might be measuring different abilities for members of separate subgroups. Average item scores for subgroups having the same overall score on the test are compared to determine whether the item is meas ... Read »


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    • Discipline-based education research

    • Discipline-based education research (DBER) is an interdisciplinary research enterprise that "investigates learning and teaching in a discipline [normally from the STEM fields] from a perspective that reflects the discipline's priorities, worldview, knowledge, and practices." ... Read »


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    • Educational measurement

    • Educational measurement refers to the use of educational assessments and the analysis of data such as scores obtained from educational assessments to infer the abilities and proficiencies of students. The approaches overlap with those in psychometrics. Educational measurement is the assigning of numerals to traits such ... Read »


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    • Educator effectiveness

    • Educator effectiveness is a K-12 school system education policy initiative that measures the quality of a educator performance in terms of improving student learning. It describes a variety of methods, such as observations, student assessments, student work samples and examples of teacher work, that education leaders u ... Read »


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    • Effective schools

    • "Effective Schools" is both an educational movement and body of research which examines school-based factors which positively influence learning outcomes in K-12 schools. Effective schools research has been widely adopted by school districts worldwide. Early research into the essential qualities of successful scho ... Read »


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    • Governance in higher education

    • Governance in higher education is the means by which institutions for higher education (tertiary or post-secondary education) are formally organized and managed (though often there is a distinction between definitions of management and governance). Simply, university governance is the way in which universities are oper ... Read »


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    • Institute for Dynamic Educational Advancement

    • The Institute for Dynamic Educational Advancement (IDEA.org) is a U.S.-based nonprofit organization working in the area of scientific and cultural literacy. The organization was established in 1998 and incorporated in 2002, and has collaborated with museums, schools, nonprofit organizations, and public service projects ... Read »


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    • Institute for Monitoring Peace and Cultural Tolerance in School Education

    • The Institute for Monitoring Peace and Cultural Tolerance in School Education (IMPACT-SE), formerly known as the Center for Monitoring the Impact of Peace (CMIP), is a non-profit organization that monitors the content of school textbooks. It examines school curricula worldwide, especially throughout the Middle East, to ... Read »


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    • Institute of Education Sciences

    • The Institute of Education Sciences (IES) is the independent, non-partisan statistics, research, and evaluation arm of the U.S. Department of Education. IES' stated mission is to provide scientific evidence on which to ground education practice and policy and to share this information in formats that are useful and acc ... Read »


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    • Programme for International Student Assessment

    • The Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) is a worldwide study by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) in member and non-member nations of 15-year-old school pupils' scholastic performance on mathematics, science, and reading. It was first performed in 2000 and then repeated ... Read »


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    • Korean Educational Development Institute

    • The Korean Educational Development Institute (KEDI) works for the South Korean Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development. It conducts research in the field of educational goals and methods, creating policy solutions. The KEDI was founded in 1972, and has since played a principal role in Korea's emergence as ... Read »


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    • Labour India

    • Labour India Publications Limited

      Labour India Publications Limited is an educational publisher based in Marangattupally, Kerala, India. It publishes educational monthly journals in three languages, for students of pre-primary level to Plus Two level and entrance exams. It plans to formulate an educational curriculum of international standard and publ ... Read »


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    • Leadership for Learning: the Cambridge Network

    • Leadership for Learning (LfL) is a framework and set of principles that arose from the Carpe Vitam project in which practitioners and researchers worked together to develop the practice of leadership for learning. Leadership for Learning: the Cambridge Network, based in the University of Cambridge Faculty of Education, ... Read »


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    • Leibniz Institute for Science and Mathematics Education at the University of Kiel

    • Leibniz Institute for Science and Mathematics Education at the University of Kiel

      The Leibniz Institute for Science and Mathematics Education at the University of Kiel (IPN) is a scientific institute in the field of Education Research as well as the Didactic method of Natural science in Germany. It is a member of the Leibniz Association and located in Kiel, Germany. Although it is not part of the Un ... Read »


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    • Jeff MacSwan

    • Jeff MacSwan

      Jeff MacSwan is an American linguist and educational researcher, working in the United States. He is currently Professor of Applied Linguistics and Language Education in the Division of Language, Literacy, and Social Inquiry in the Department of Teaching and Learning, Policy and Leadership at the University of Maryland ... Read »


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    • Marchmont Observatory

    • The Marchmont Observatory conducts academic research in support of local government policy formation concerning skills, employment and education for adults through networking, the development of learning programmes and research. Established by the University of Exeter in 1998, following a £3m bid to the ADAPT P ... Read »


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    • Melodic learning

    • Melodic Learning is a multimodal learning method that uses the defining elements of singing (pitch, rhythm and rhyme) to facilitate the capture, storage and retrieval of information. Widely recognized examples of Melodic Learning include using the alphabet song to learn the alphabet and This Old Man to learn counting. ... Read »


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    • Milwaukee Project

    • The Milwaukee Project was a program begun in the 1960s designed to improve the IQs and scholastic achievement of children at risk and to study the effects of intellectual stimulation on children from deprived environments. Rick Heber of the University of Wisconsin–Madison examined the statistics of districts ... Read »


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    • Missouri University of Science and Technology Electromagnetic Compatibility Consortium

    • The Missouri S&T EMC (Electromagnetic Compatibility) Consortium is a broad partnership of digital electronics companies committed to funding electromagnetic compatibility research. Research is conducted in areas such as In addition to private and public companies, other universities and research laboratories may beco ... Read »


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    • Mother Gnanamma Catholic College of Education

    • Mother Gnanamma Catholic College of Education (MGCCE) is one of the B.Ed institution located in Madathattuvilai, Kanyakumari district, Tamil Nadu, India. Mother Gnanamma Catholic College of Education is a Christian Minority Institution established in 2015 by St. Sebastian Educational & Development Trust. The college ap ... Read »


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    • National Council of Educational Research and Training

    • The National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) is an autonomous organisation of the Government of India that was established on 1 September 1961 as a literary, scientific and charitable Society under the Societies' Registration Act (Act XXI of 1860). Its headquarters are located at Sri Aurbindo Marg ... Read »


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    • National Education Institute

    • The National Education Institute Slovenia - NEI (Slovene: Zavod Republike Slovenije za Å olstvo, ZRSÅ ) is the main public organisation in Slovenia that encourages development in education in Slovenia up to pre-university — covering all kindergartens, elementary schools, secondary schools, music schools, and b ... Read »


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    • National Foundation for Educational Research

    • The National Foundation for Educational Research (NFER) was founded in 1946 as a centre for educational research and development in England and Wales. NFER's head office is located at 'The Mere' in Slough, Berkshire, England. The foundation also has offices in Swansea and York. The foundation's work includes education ... Read »


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    • National Survey of Student Engagement

    • The National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) (pronounced: nessie) is a survey mechanism used to measure the level of student participation at universities and colleges in Canada and the United States as it relates to learning and engagement. The results of the survey help administrators and professors to assess the ... Read »


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    • New Teacher Center

    • The New Teacher Center (NTC) is a national non-profit organization in the U.S. dedicated to strengthening the practice of beginning teachers. The NTC conducts research, develops and administers induction and mentoring programs for new teachers and school administrators, and consults with organizations, educational lead ... Read »


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    • Phenomenography

    • Phenomenography is a qualitative research methodology, within the interpretivist paradigm, that investigates the qualitatively different ways in which people experience something or think about something. It is an approach to educational research which appeared in publications in the early 1980s. It initially emerged f ... Read »


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    • Photovoice

    • Photovoice is a group analysis method combining photography with grassroots social action, and is commonly used in the fields of community development, public health, and education. Participants are asked to represent their communities or express their points of view by photographing scenes that highlight research them ... Read »


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    • Postgraduate research

    • Postgraduate research represents a formal area of study that is recognized by a university or institute of higher learning. By definition, the notion of “postgraduate” (United States) carries the implication that the candidate undertaking such research has already completed a formal Master's degree and at som ... Read »


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    • Postgraduate Research Experience Survey

    • The Postgraduate Research Experience Survey (PRES) is a survey amongst graduate students at universities in the United Kingdom. It is developed by the Higher Education Academy. Participating institutions can collect feedback on the student experience and benchmark against their peers. The data is shared in a way so tha ... Read »


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    • Programme for International Student Assessment (results)

    • The Programme for International Student Assessment has had several runs before the most recent one in 2012. The first PISA assessment was carried out in 2000. The results of each period of assessment take about one year and a half to be analysed. First results were published in November 2001. The release of raw data an ... Read »


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    • Psychometrics

    • Psychometrics is a field of study concerned with the theory and technique of psychological measurement. As defined by National Council on Measurement in Education (NCME), psychometrics refers to psychological measurement. Generally, it refers to the field in psychology and education that is devoted to testing, measurem ... Read »


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    • Regional Institute of Education

    • The Regional Institute of Education (RIE, formerly known as Regional College of Education), is a constituent unit of the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT), New Delhi. The RIEs are set up in 1963 by Government of India in different parts covering various regions. The Regional Institutes were ... Read »


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    • Risk inclination formula

    • The risk inclination formula component uses the principle of moments, or Varignon’s theorem, () to calculate the first factorial moment of probability in order to define this center point of balance among all confidence weights (i.e., the point of risk equilibration). The formal derivation of the RIF is divided i ... Read »


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    • Risk inclination model

    • Risk inclination (RI) is defined as a mental disposition (i.e., confidence) toward an eventuality (i.e., a predicted state) that has consequences (i.e., either loss or gain). The risk inclination model (RIM) is composed of three constructs: confidence weighting, restricted context, and the risk inclination formula. Eac ... Read »


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    • Robots and Avatars

    • Robots and Avatars was a programme of events and educational activities which explores how young people will work and play with new representational forms of virtual and physical life in 10–15 years time. It was produced by body>data>space with support from NESTA. between 2009 and 2012. The project examined multi ... Read »


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    • Wolff-Michael Roth

    • Wolff-Michael Roth (Born June 28, 1953, Heidelberg) is a learning scientist at the University of Victoria conducting research on how people across the life span know and learn mathematics and science. He has contributed to numerous fields of research: learning science in learning communities, coteaching, authentic scho ... Read »


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    • Science Education at the Crossroads

    • Science Education at the Crossroads is an annual national academic conference, initially funded by the National Science Foundation, designed to enable various stakeholders in science education to confer in a legitimate and productive manner. The conference also claims to offer an alternative to the standard model of co ... Read »


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    • Scottish Council for Research in Education

    • The Scottish Council for Research in Education (SCRE) was set up by the Scottish teachers’ union (The Educational Institute of Scotland, EIS) and the Association of Directors of Education in 1928. At that time, there were no similar organisations anywhere in the world. The Council itself consisted of some 60 membe ... Read »


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    • SEI RAE

    • The Sociological Educational Institute of the Russian Academy of Education (SEI RAE) is a Russian science organization in the area of Sociology of Education. A decision to found the Sociological Educational Center in the structure of the Russian Academy of Education was made on the 22 December 1992. The Center sta ... Read »


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    • Subgoal labeling

    • Subgoal labeling is giving a name to a group of steps, in a description of a , to explain how the group of steps achieve a related subgoal. This concept is used in the fields of cognitive science and educational psychology. Lower-level steps of a worked example are grouped into a meaningful unit and labeled. This lab ... Read »


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    • Tele-TASK

    • Tele-TASK is a university research project in the e-learning area. It can be applied to lecture recording, post-processing and distribution. Research topics include e-learning, tele-teaching, semantic web, video analysis, speech recognition, collaborative learning, social networking, web technologies, recommendation sy ... Read »


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    • Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study

    • The IEA's Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS) is a series of international assessments of the mathematics and science knowledge of students around the world. The participating students come from a diverse set of educational systems (countries or regional jurisdictions of countries) in terms of ... Read »


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    • UK Educational Evidence Portal

    • The UK educational evidence portal (eep) is an online resource providing easy access to published research and evidence-based guidance across all areas of education, and related aspects of children’s services. It was developed through collaboration between organisations to make research evidence more widely availa ... Read »


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    • Wisconsin Center for the Advancement of Postsecondary Education

    • The Wisconsin Center for the Advancement of Postsecondary Education (WISCAPE) was established in 2001 on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus by former UW–Madison Chancellor David Ward. Ward envisioned the center as “a policy think tank, not just an academic think tank,” that would promote cro ... Read »


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