Educational Researcher 36:9
Educational Researcher 36:9
 
December 2007
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Table of Contents 

Features

2007 Wallace Foundation Distinguished Lecture
What Makes Education Research “Educational”? 
Deborah Loewenberg Ball and Francesca M. Forzani

Researching “Black” Educational Experiences and Outcomes: Theoretical and Methodological Considerations 
Carla O’Connor, Amanda Lewis, and Jennifer Mueller

Research News and Comment

Comments on Shulman, Golde, Bueschel, and Garabedian

Existing Practice Is Not the Template 
Rodney Evans

Response to Comments

Practical Wisdom in the Service of Professional Practice 
Lee S. Shulman

Pedagogies for the Poor? Realigning Reading Instruction for Low-Income Students With Scientifically Based Reading Research 
Jim Cummins

Book Reviews

A Handbook of E-Learning: Two Reviewers Comment 

A Suitable Textbook for the Classroom. However . . .
Christian S. Loh

Bold Promises: Sampling Literature, Building Theory, and Examining Methods in E-Learning Research
P. G. Schrader

A Response to “Bold Promises,” by P. G. Schrader
Christian S. Loh

A Response to “A Suitable Textbook for the Classroom,” by Christian S. Loh
P. G. Schrader

AERA Highlights

From the Desk of the Executive Director: Background Investigations for Research Personnel Working Under Federal Contract 
In Memoriam: Richard A. Dershimer, Former AERA Executive Officer 
Margaret Beale Spencer Delivers Fourth Annual Brown Lecture 
AERA Coordinated Committee Meeting Addresses Research Issues 
Candidates for AERA Office: 2008 Election 
AERA Offers Roster of Professional Development and Training Courses for 2008 Annual Meeting 
2008 Annual Meeting Registration Information 
Important Information on Accessibility of Session Presentations and Communication: 2008 AERA Annual Meeting 
Reviewers for Volume 36 
Indexes for Volume 36 

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