August 12, 2020

Clayton to Serve as an Invited Reviewer

Courtney Clayton, Assistant Professor in the College of Education, will serve as an invited reviewer for a special issue of the Educational Action Research journal to be published early next year. Educational Action Research is concerned with exploring the dialogue between research and practice in educational settings. http://www.tandfonline.com/action/journalInformation?show=aimsScope&journalCode=reac20#.VFvwF4fn07A

 

Clayton Publishes Handbook Chapter

Courtney Clayton, Assistant Professor of Education, has published a chapter in the SAGE Research Methods Cases handbook. Her chapter focuses on how to use Constructivist Grounded Theory in Qualitative Research. SAGE Research Methods Cases is a collection of case studies of real social research, specially commissioned and designed to help students and researchers understand abstract methodological concepts in practice.

Clayton Contributes to Research Handbook

Courtney Clayton, assistant professor in the College of Education, contributed a case study to SAGE Cases In Methodology Handbook. SAGE Cases in Methodology will comprise of a unique collection of case studies for use in the teaching of research methods. The goal of the handbook is to provide students and faculty with examples of methods in action and research in action drawn from real research projects that can support teaching and learning in research methods.

 

Courtney Clayton Publishes Article

Courtney Clayton, Assistant Professor of Education, publishes her article “Exemplary Teachers of English Language Learners: A Knowledge Base” in the 2013 Fall Issue of the Journal of Research in Education. The Journal of Research in Education (JRE) is a peer-reviewed journal that provides a forum for sharing scholarship among researchers and practitioners in education.