By LIsa Towne Lauress L. Wise Tina M. Winters
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An analysis of some of conceptual ideas discussed at this workshop—such as the relationship of education research to educational practice, the context dependence of findings, and its public character—is presented in Appendix B. Extending this wide-ranging day-and-a-half of dialogue, a second workshop examined in greater depth the role of education research journals in both promoting high-quality and a more integrated knowledge base. A passage from Scientific Research in Education helps to clarify how we view the idea of knowledge accumulation by linking the key concepts of theory and generalizability: “It is the long-term goal of much of science to generate theories that can offer stable explanations for phenomena that generalize beyond the particular.
That work remains to be done. A similar caveat relates to the costs associated with implementing the recommendations. Cost estimates were rarely available, and indeed, because many of the committee’s recommendations are framed broadly, estimating cost would entail the development of more detailed plans for action. There is no doubt that new resources will be needed and that implementation will need to take place incrementally as resources become available. Implementing the recommendations effectively will take strategic investments that leverage existing resources and build capacity in and across organizations over time.
Whether through peer review processes in vetting proposals for research funding or manuscripts for publication, doctoral training, or informal communications and relationships, it is the participation of researchers in activities that strengthen the field as a whole that will advance scientific research in education. By recognizing common goals and working together to achieve them, there is great potential to further the field. 2 Promoting Quality R igorous studies of how students learn, how schools function, how teachers teach, and how the different cultural, political, economic, and demographic contexts in which these and related investigations are framed can provide (and have—see National Research Council, 2002, for examples) important insights into policy and practice.
Advancing Scientific Research In Education by LIsa Towne Lauress L. Wise Tina M. Winters