“Self-Study Research Methodologies for Teacher Educators,” edited by Sally Galman, assistant professor in the Department of Teacher Education and Curriculum Studies, and Cynthia A. Lassonde and Clare Kosnik, has been published by Sense Publishing.
Both Galman and Dr. Allan Feldman, professor in the Department of Teacher Education and Curriculum studies, contributed a chapter to the book.
Dr. Galman describes the book as a comprehensive text that delineates a range of research methodologies. The edited volume, with many chapters written by self-study scholars who are noted in the field for particular methodological and epistemological perspectives, helps fill the gap in the literature on self-study research methods. It provides readers with an opportunity to examine various methodologies which will not only help them deepen their understanding of research but also will allow them to select one that best suits their needs. Both new and experienced researchers will find this text valuable. It is available at Amazon.com.