Mega-analysis of meta-analyses

Forness, Steven R.; Kavale, Kenneth A.
July 1997
Teaching Exceptional Children;Jul/Aug97, Vol. 29 Issue 6, p4
Academic Journal
Presents information on studies and research of special education and related services by the method of meta-analysis. How research is done by an meta-analysis; Examination of a table which contains summary of meta-analysis; Discussion on the effects of formative evaluation and direct instruction procedures.


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