Topical coverage ranges from theoretical foundations to investigative methodologies and from classroom-level influences such as teacher-student relations to broader influences such as school organization and educational policies. Cross-Disciplinary -- this volume brings together the divergent perspectives, methods and findings of scholars from a variety of disciplines, among them educational psychology, developmental psychology, school psychology, social psychology, psychiatry, sociology, and educational policy.
Chapter Structure -- to ensure continuity, chapter authors describe 1 how schooling influences are conceptualized 2 identify their theoretical and methodological approaches 3 discuss the strengths and weaknesses of existing research and 4 highlight implications for future research, practice, and policy. Methodologies -- chapters included in the text feature various methodologies including longitudinal studies, hierarchical linear models, experimental and quasi-experimental designs, and mixed methods.
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