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Hammersley Martyn (1997). « Educational research and teaching : a response to David Hargreaves ' TTA lecture ». British Educational Research Journal, vol. 23, n° 2, p. 141–161. 
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Resource type: Journal Article
BibTeX citation key: Hammersley1997
Categories: General
Keywords: méthodes de recherche, politique éducative, utilisation des recherches
Creators: Hammersley
Collection: British Educational Research Journal
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"David Hargreaves has argued that educational research fails to provide a sound evidence-base for teaching: it does not generate a cumulative body of knowledge; and it is not geared to resolving the classroom problems that teachers face. As a solution, he recommends that teachers play a more central role in setting the agenda for research and in carrying it out. I accept much of Hargreaves' criticism of educational research as failing to develop cumulative knowledge, but I suggest that the problems involved in this are more difficult than he acknowledges, and that what he proposes is likely to worsen rather than solve the problem. I also question whether research can fulfill the direct role in relation to practice which Hargreaves envisages. He appeals to the example of evidence-based medicine, but I suggest that this is problematic even in its own context. I conclude by raising questions about the sort of central planning of research that Hargreaves recommends."
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