Further development of educational effectiveness theory in a multilevel context: from theory to methodology and from empirical evidence back to theory.

Published on Jan 21, 2015in School Effectiveness and School Improvement2.148
· DOI :10.1080/09243453.2014.938930
Katharina Maag Merki12
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(UZH: University of Zurich),
Marcus Emmerich5
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(UZH: University of Zurich),
Monika Holmeier7
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(UZH: University of Zurich)
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The analyses in this special issue contribute to the further development of educational effectiveness theory. In the history of educational effectiveness research (Creemers, Kyriakides, & Sammons, ...
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In this commentary, the 3 review papers by Reynolds et al. (this issue), Muijs et al. (this issue), and Hopkins, Stringfield, Harris, Stoll, and Mackay (this issue) on “educational effectiveness”, “teaching effectiveness”, and “school and system improvement” are discussed. In the text, the 3 papers are occasionally indicated by the acronyms EER, TE, and SSI. Topics that are dealt with are the organization of the field and the dimensions on which development in each field has been described. Next...
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Research and scholarship into educational effectiveness research (EER) is comprehensively reviewed from the UK, The Netherlands, the US, Cyprus, Belgium, Sweden, France, Germany, New Zealand, Australia, and other societies, dating from the field’s origins in the 1970s. Issues include its history, methodological and theoretical advances, scientific properties of school effects, processes at school and classroom level behind these effects, the somewhat limited translation of findings into policy a...
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#1Bert P. M. CreemersH-Index: 47
#2Leonidas KyriakidesH-Index: 47
Last. Pam SammonsH-Index: 66
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Part 1: The State of the Art of Educational Effectiveness: Challenges For Research Methodology 1: Background of Eer 2: Methodological Issues in Educational Effectiveness Research 3: Theory And Research: The Problem of Causality 4: Theory-Driven Evaluation Studies: Establishing Links Between Research, Policy and Practice Part 2: The Contribution of Different Methodological Orientations to the Development of Research and Evaluation on Educational Effectiveness 5: Longitudinal Designs 6: Experiment...
This review summarizes international empirical studies on criteria for school effectiveness between 1995-2004. The data comes from a special study on this topic for the Dutch school inspectorate and has been re-analyzed for this contribution. In the first section of the paper, effectiveness criteria are reviewed with regard to their role in theoretical models of school effectiveness research. In the second section, empirical studies concerned with school and classroom effectiveness are reviewed ...
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#2Leonidas Kyriakides (UCY: University of Cyprus)H-Index: 47
Part 1: The Background to Educational Effectiveness Research 1. Towards the Development of the Theoretical Framework of Educational Effectiveness Research 2. Essential Characteristics of Educational Effectiveness Research 3. The Comprehensive Model of Educational Effectiveness 4. Empirical Testing of the Comprehensive Model of Educational Effectiveness: Review of Research Part 2: A Dynamic Model of Educational Effectiveness 5. The Essential Features of The Dynamic Model 6. The Dynamic Model: Fac...
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It seems only fair that the reader know what biases, if any, inform the summary remarks I plan to make. Equity will be the focus of my discussion. By equity I mean a simple sense of fairness in the dis tribution of the primary goods and services that characterize our social order. At issue is the efficacy of a minimum level of goods and services to which we are all entitled. Some of us, rightly, have more goods and services than others, and my sense of equity is not disturbed by that fact. Other...
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