This book presents different data collection and representation techniques: elementary descriptive statistics, confirmatory statistics, multivariate approaches and statistical modeling. It exposes the possibility of giving more robustness to the classical methodologies of education sciences by adding a quantitative approach.
The fundamentals of each approach and the reasons behind them are methodically analyzed, and both simple and advanced examples are given to demonstrate how to use them. Subsequently, this book can be used both as a course for the uninitiated and as an accompaniment for researchers who are already familiar with these concepts.
Dedicated to students, PhD candidates, researchers and professionals involved in quantitative approaches in the field of education, this book presents methods that are commonly used in the different human and social sciences and develops specific approaches to education.
1. Data Collection in Education.
2. Elementary Descriptive Statistics and Data Representation.
3. Confirmatory Statistics.
4. Multivariate Analyses.
5. Statistical Modeling.
6. Toward the Robustness in Studies in Education by the Quantitative Approach.
Michel Larini is Professor Emeritus at Aix-Marseille University, France, and has a doctorate in Mathematical Sciences.
Angela Barthes is Professor in Education Sciences at Aix-Marseille University, France. She has two doctorates, in Physical Sciences and Geography.
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