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Preface I Enquiry 1. Forces for Development II Noticing 2. Forms of Noticing 3. Impartiality 4. Being Methodical III The Discipline of Noticing 5. Disciplined Noticing 6. Validity IV Using Aspects of the Discipline of Noticing 7. Probing Accounts 8. Responding Professionally to Disturbance 9. Using Noticing for Leading Professional Development V From Enquiry to Research 10. What Is Research? 11. Noticing In Research 12. Noticing As Research 13. Researching from the Inside VI Problems 14. Problematic Aspects of Practitioner Research 15. Problematic Aspects of Qualitative Research 16. Problematic Aspects of Noticing

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'The book is well worth reading. I jumped at the chance to review it, because ... anything by John Mason is worth digging into ... Mason has a way of getting under my skin, of provoking me to think about issues I might otherwise let slide by.' - Alan Schoenfeld

'A welcome addition to the burgeoning literature on educational research. The evocative imagery and dual emphases on theory and practice should appeal to many of those researching their own practice or those of others.' - British Educational Research Journal

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