2010 - Fellow of the American Educational Research Association
His primary scientific interests are in Public relations, Educational research, Pedagogy, Qualitative research and Management science. His Public relations study combines topics in areas such as Learning opportunities and Teacher leadership. William A. Firestone has included themes like Organizational communication, Educational leadership and Multitude in his Educational research study.
His Pedagogy research incorporates themes from Incentive, Merit pay and Applied mathematics. His work carried out in the field of Qualitative research brings together such families of science as Argument and Generalization. The various areas that William A. Firestone examines in his Management science study include Research design and Research question.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Pedagogy, Mathematics education, Public relations, Public administration and Professional development. His Pedagogy research includes elements of Publication and Affect. His work on Primary education and Preparatory school as part of general Mathematics education research is frequently linked to Alienation and Work, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His research in Public relations intersects with topics in Incentive and Educational research. His studies deal with areas such as Research design, Qualitative research and Data collection as well as Educational research. He usually deals with Professional development and limits it to topics linked to Teaching method and Order.
His main research concerns Pedagogy, Mathematics education, Public relations, Accountability and Professional development. His Pedagogy study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Qualitative research. The Qualitative research study combines topics in areas such as Language proficiency and Poverty.
The Cognitively Guided Instruction research William A. Firestone does as part of his general Mathematics education study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Test preparation, Fundamental change and Ideology, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. His Public relations research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Social psychology and Motivation theory. William A. Firestone combines subjects such as Social network, Teaching method, Order, Library science and Incentive with his study of Professional development.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Pedagogy, Public relations, Teacher learning, Teaching method and Professional development. In the subject of general Pedagogy, his work in Teacher leadership is often linked to Administrative support, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His Teacher leadership study incorporates themes from Instructional leadership, Mathematics education, Content knowledge, Educational administration and Qualitative research.
His study in Public relations is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Performance based assessment, Policy analysis, Social psychology and Incentive. His studies in Teaching method integrate themes in fields like Organizational capacity, Human resources and Set. His Professional development study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Distributed leadership, Resource allocation and Participative decision-making.
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Meaning in Method: The Rhetoric of Quantitative and Qualitative Research
William A. Firestone.
Educational Researcher (1987)
Multisite Qualitative Policy Research: Optimizing Description and Generalizability
Robert E. Herriott;William A. Firestone.
Educational Researcher (1983)
Alternative Arguments for Generalizing From Data as Applied to Qualitative Research
William A. Firestone.
Educational Researcher (1993)
Teacher Commitment, Working Conditions, and Differential Incentive Policies
William A. Firestone;James R. Pennell.
Review of Educational Research (1993)
Performance-Based Assessment and Instructional Change: The Effects of Testing in Maine and Maryland.
William A. Firestone;David Mayrowetz;Janet Fairman.
Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis (1998)
Who's in Charge Here? Sources of Leadership for Change in Eight Schools
Marjorie F. Heller;William A. Firestone.
Elementary School Journal (1995)
Using Bureaucratic and Cultural Linkages to Improve Instruction: The Principal's Contribution.
William A. Firestone;Bruce L. Wilson.
Educational Administration Quarterly (1985)
Building Commitment in Urban High Schools
William A. Firestone;Sheila Rosenblum.
Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis (1988)
Change and effectiveness in schools : a cultural perspective
Gretchen Rossman;H. D Corbett;W. A Firestone.
Districts, Teacher Leaders, and Distributed Leadership: Changing Instructional Practice
William A. Firestone;M. Cecilia Martinez.
Leadership and Policy in Schools (2007)
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