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An Introduction to Classroom Observation
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1. An Introduction to Classroom Observation 2. The use of quantitative methods 3. The use of qualitative methods 4. Classroom observation in context 5. Research into classrooms 6. Observation and action

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E.C.Wragg was Professor of Education at the University of Exeter, UK. He was one of the finest international experts on research into teaching and learning, and always wrote with the teacher in mind. A regular columnist in the Times Educational Supplement and the Guardian, he was in demand for radio and TV education features. The Ted Wragg Teaching Award for Lifetime Achievement honours his memory, and is given annually to educators who are considered to have shown excellent devotion to teaching throughout their careers.

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