His main research concerns Mathematics education, Pedagogy, Academic achievement, Educational research and Effective schools. His Primary education and Teaching skills study, which is part of a larger body of work in Mathematics education, is frequently linked to Statistical analysis, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Pedagogy research incorporates themes from Scholarship, Information system, Organizational culture and Education theory.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Basic skills, Comprehensive school, Standardized test and Organizational theory. His Educational research study incorporates themes from Psychological intervention, Capacity building and Intervention. The study incorporates disciplines such as Education, International school and Organisation climate in addition to Effective schools.
Sam Stringfield spends much of his time researching Mathematics education, Pedagogy, Public administration, Academic achievement and Primary education. His work investigates the relationship between Mathematics education and topics such as Reliability that intersect with problems in Organizational theory. Sam Stringfield interconnects Qualitative research, Disadvantaged and Medical education in the investigation of issues within Pedagogy.
His research in Public administration intersects with topics in Curriculum, Accountability and Mandate. He has included themes like Student achievement, Legislation, Public relations and Compensatory education in his Accountability study. Sam Stringfield works mostly in the field of Primary education, limiting it down to topics relating to Restructuring and, in certain cases, Multiculturalism, as a part of the same area of interest.
Sam Stringfield mainly investigates Pedagogy, Public administration, Vocational education, Mathematics education and Multimethodology. The various areas that Sam Stringfield examines in his Pedagogy study include Qualitative research and Medical education. His Public administration study combines topics in areas such as International studies and Mandate.
His research integrates issues of Employability, Public relations and Career counseling in his study of Vocational education. His study in Mathematics education is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Time management and Professional development. Sam Stringfield conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Educational research and Work through his works.
His primary areas of study are Pedagogy, Educational research, Mathematics education, Academic achievement and Research methodology. His Pedagogy study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Capacity building, Scholarship and Education theory. His studies in Educational research integrate themes in fields like Test validity and Disadvantaged.
The Mathematics education study combines topics in areas such as Qualitative research and Phase. His Academic achievement research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Psychological intervention, Action research, Organizational culture and Intervention. He has researched Research methodology in several fields, including Order and Criticism.
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Schools Make a Difference: Lessons Learned from a 10-Year Study of School Effects
Charles Teddlie;Sam Stringfield.
A behavior rating scale for the preschool child.
Lenore Behar;Samuel Stringfield.
Developmental Psychology (1974)
Working together for reliable school reform.
Amanda Datnow;Sam Stringfield.
Journal of Education for Students Placed at Risk (jespar) (2000)
Educational effectiveness research (EER): a state-of-the-art review
David Reynolds;Pam Sammons;Bieke De Fraine;Jan Van Damme.
School Effectiveness and School Improvement (2014)
School and system improvement: a narrative state-of-the-art review
David Hopkins;Sam Stringfield;Alma Harris;Louise Stoll.
Technology‐Supported Involvement of Entire Faculties in Examination of Student Data for Instructional Improvement
Jeffrey C. Wayman;Sam Stringfield.
American Journal of Education (2006)
Effective versus Ineffective Schools: Observable Differences in the Classroom
Charles Teddlie;Peggy C. Kirby;Sam Stringfield.
American Journal of Education (1989)
Secondary Career and Technical Education and Comprehensive School Reform: Implications for Research and Practice
Marisa Castellano;Sam Stringfield;James R. Stone.
Review of Educational Research (2003)
World Class Schools: International Perspectives on School Effectiveness
D Reynolds;B.P.M. Creemers;S Stringfield;C Teddlie.
Sensitivity to Context: The Past and Future of Effective Schools Research:
Robert K. Wimpelberg;Charles Teddlie;Samuel Stringfield.
Educational Administration Quarterly (1989)
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