Robert E. Stake

Publications


Activity, Novelty and Structure in Study Hall Assignments. American Educational Research Journal, Volume 3, January 1966, Number 1.

The Answer-Sheet Purchaser's Dilemma. Journal of Educational Measurement. Volume 3, Number 4. Winter, 1966. pp. 269-276

An approach to Evaluating Instructional Materials. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association (APA) Symposium. San Francisco, August 30, 1968.

Augmenting evaluation with case-study thinking (1986). Journal of Healthcare, Education, and Training, 1, 14-17.

Briefing panel presentations (1982). In Nick E. Smith (Ed.), Communication Strategies in Evaluation: New Perspectives in Evaluation, 3, 259-268. Beverly Hills: Sage. Reprinted (1982) in Research on Evaluation Program Newsletter, 5(1), 2-6. Portland, OR: Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory.

The art of case study methods (1995). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

The case study in social inquiry (1978). The Educational Researcher, 2.

Case study (1985). In John Nisbet (Ed.), World Yearbook of Education, 1985: Research, Policy and Practice, 277. London: Kogan Page.

Case studies in science education (1978). CIRCE.

Case study methodology: an epistemological advocacy (1981). In Wayne Welch (Ed.) Case Study Methodology in Educational Evaluation. University of Minnesota.

Comments on Professor Glaser's paper entitled "Evaluation of Instruction and Changing Educational Models". Center for the Study of Evaluation of Instructional Programs. University of California, Los Angeles, September, 1968.

The Countenance of Educational Evaluation. Teachers College Record, Volume 68, Number 7, April 1967. pp. 523 -540.

Custom and cherishing, arts in the elementary schools. (1991). National Music Educators Conference.

Educational information and the Ever-Normal Granary. Research Papers. Laboratory of Educational Research. University of Colorado. No. 6

The effect of time on size-constancy (1957). American Journal of Psychology, 70, 276-279.

An Emerging Theory of Evaluation: Borrowing from Many Methodologies. CIRCE, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. January 6, 1967.

Estudos de caso em pesquisa e avaliacao educacional and Pesquisa qualitativa/naturalista--problemas epistemologicos (1983). Educacao E Selecao, 7, 5-14 and 19-27.

An evolutionary view of educational improvement (1985). In Ernest R. House (Ed.), New Directions in Educational Evaluation. London: Falmer.

To evaluate an arts program (1976). Journal of Aesthetic Education, 10(3-4), 115-134. Reprinted (1981) in George W. Hardiman and Theodore Zernich (Eds.), Foundations for Curriculum Development and Evaluation in Art Education.. Champaign, IL: Stipes.

Evaluating the arts in education: A responsive approach (1975). Columbus, OH: Charles Merrill.

Evaluating curriculum (1988). Deakin University Press.

Evaluating educational programmes: The need and the response (1976). Paris: OECD. With a separately-bound supplement: Case studies in the evaluation of educational programmes.

Evaluating movement/dance in a downstate district (1976). National Elementary Principal.. 55(3), 52-59.

Evaluating responsively (1981). In Ronald S. Brandt (Ed.), Applied Strategies for Curriculum Evaluation. ASCD.

Evaluation design, instrumentation, data collection, and analysis of data (1969). In Joseph L. Davis (Ed.), Educational Evaluation. Columbus: OH: Ohio Department of Education.

An Evaluation of TCITY: The Twin City Institute for Talented Youth. Designed and carried out by Robert Stake and Craig Gjerde. CIRCE, University of Illinois. 1971.
Evaluating the Arts in Education.New England Association.

Evaluation of college teaching(1967). Journal of Dental Education, 30, 247-259.

The Evolving Synthesis of Program Value. pp. 89-

An evolutionary view of education improvement (1986). In Ernest House (Ed.), New Directions in Educational Evaluation. London: Falmer.

For All Program Evaluations there is a Criterion Problem. Speeches and Addresses. Evaluation. The International Journal of Theory, Research and Practice, Volume 2, Number 1, January 1966, pp. 99 -103.

Fraekorn Efans. Menntam`al : Timarit um uppeldis-og sk`olamal, Volume 1, Number 48, 1975. pp. 3-4.

Funding Priorities among Educational Researchers. CIRCE. University of Illinois at Urbana, Champaign, 1968.

Gain score errors in performance contracting (1971). Research in the Teaching of English, 5(2), 226-229. Revised as "Performance contracts and test errors" (1972). Reading Research Quarterly, 6(3), 323-325.

Generalizability of Program Evaluation: The Need for Limits. Educational Products Reports. February, 1969.

Guidelines for Development, Sharing, and Utilization of Technically Based Instructional Materials. CIRCE, University of Illinois. May 14, 1988.

The humanities and the burden of responsibility (1969). Journal of Aesthetic Education, 3(2), 84-89.

Language, Rationality, and Assessment. CIRCE, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Paper delivered at an ASCD Working Conference on Assessment Theory. Sarasota, Florida, 1968. In Improving Educational Assessment, 1969.

Learning parameters, aptitudes, and achievements (1961). Psychometric monograph No. 9. Richmond, VA: William Byrd Press.

Making school evaluations relevant (1976). North Central Association Quarterly. 50(4), 347-352.

Measuring what learners learn (1973). In Ernest R. House (Ed.), School Evaluation: The Politics and Process. Berkeley, CA: McCutchan.

Measuring educational priorities (1971). Educational Technology, XI(9), 44-48.

National Assessment. Proceedings of the 1970 Invitational Conference on Testing Problems. The Promise and Perils of Educational Information Systems, 1971. Educational Testing Services.

Naturalistic generalization (1982). Review Journal of Philosophy and Social Science, 7(1-2), 1-12.

Needed concepts and techniques for utilizing more fully the potential of evaluation (1969). In Ralph W. Tyler (Ed.), Education Evaluation: New Roles, New Means, Sixty-eighth Yearbook, Part II, National Society for the Study of Education, 370-90. University of Chicago Press.

New Trends in Evaluation. Materials for a conference on educational evaluation held in the Institute of Education, University of Gotemberg, 22 - 23 October, 1973.

A non-mathematical quantitative aptitude test for the graduate level: The QED.(1962). Journal of Experimental Education, 31(1), 81-83.

Objectives, priorities, and other judgment data (1970). Review of Educational Research, 40(2), 181-212.

Operational vs. judgmental assessment of teacher competence (1974). Educational Leadership. 31(4), 322-325.

An opinion of theEvaluation of Title III .Written for the Committee of Special Consultants the 1967-68 Title III Evaluation Study, Richard Miller, Chairman. Center for Instructional Research and Curriculum Evaluation, College of Education, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

"Overestimation" of Achievement with the California Achievement Test. Educational Psychological Measurement. Volume 31, Number 1, 1961, pp. 135-137.

Program Evaluation, Particularly Responsive Evaluation. (1974) New Trends in Evaluation. Report No. 35, pp. 1-20. Gothenburg, Sweden: Institute of Education, University of Gothenburg. Reprinted (1975) as Paper #5 in Occasional Paper Series. The Evaluation Center, Western Michigan University. Also in William B. Dockrell and David Hamilton (Eds.), Rethinking Educational Research. (1980). Kent, England: Hodder-Stoughton. Also as: Excerpts from: "Program Evaluation, Particularly Responsive Evaluations." Evaluation Practice, 12, 1, February, 1991, 63-76.Center for Instructional Research and Curriculum Evaluation. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Probative, Dialectic, and Moral Reasoning in Program Evaluation. Qualitative Inquiry, Volume 3, Number 4, 1997. pp. 453-467

A programís self-evaluation portfolio (1976). Studies in Educational Evaluation, 2, 37-40

Quieting Reform: Social Science and Social Action in the Urban Youth Program. University of Illinois Press. 1986.

Reading retardation and group intelligence performance (1960). Exceptional Children, 26, 497-501.

Reflections on the evaluation of teaching (1976). National Association for the Advancement of Humane Education Journal, 3, 3-10.

A research rationale for EPIE (1967). EPIE Forum, 1, 7-15.

Reply to Pophan and Tyler. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Association.

Response: The Humanities and the Burden of Responsibility. The Journal of Aesthetic Education. Reprint. Volume 3, Number 2, April 1969.

Responsive Evaluation. CIRCE, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. February 6, 1974.

Review of Current Research. Reprinted from Journal of Education for Librarianship, Fall, 1964, Vol. 5. No. 2, Published Quarterly by the Association of American Library Schools.

Ricerca qualitativa e comprensione pedagogica (1985). Dirigenti Scuola, 1.

Stakeholder Influence in the Evaluation of Cities -In-Schools. Paper presented at ERS Annual Meeting. Baltimore, October 28, 1982.

Should Educational Evaluation be more objective or more subjective?: More subjective! (1979). Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 1(1), 45-48. Partially reprinted (1981) in Discourse, 1(2).

Teacher preparation archives: Case studies of NSF-funded middle school science and mathematics teacher preparation projects (1993). Urbana, IL" CIRCE, College of Education.

Technologically based instruction and materials (1968). In E.L. Morphet and D. L. Jesser (Eds.), Planning for Effective Utilization of Technology in Education, 302-307. Denver, CO: Designing Education for the Future: An Eight-State Project.

The teaching machine: Tool of the future or passing fancy (1963). Phi Delta Kappan, 45, 247-249.

Testing in the evaluation of curriculum development (1968). Review of Educational Research, 38(1), 77-84.

Testing Hazards in Performance Contracting. Phi Delta Kappan, June 1971.

A theoretical statement of responsive evaluation (1976). Studies in Educational Evaluation, 2, 19-22.

Toward a technology for the evaluation of educational programs (1967). AERA Monograph Series on Curriculum Evaluation, 1, 1-12. Rand McNally.

Two Approaches to Evaluating Instructional Materials. APA Symposium. Annual Meeting. San Francisco, August 1968 In Stake, R. E. A Research Rationale for EPIE. EPIE Forum, 1, September 1967, p. 7-15.

Using Photographs in Evaluation and Research. Written for a book edited by Michael Schratz, Qualitative Voices in Educational Research, Falmer Press, 1991.

Validity and Invalidity of Standardized Mathematics Achievement Testing. Monograph supported by the National Center for Research in Mathematical Sciences Education at the University of Wisconsin.

Validating representations -- the evaluatorís responsibility (1979). In Robert Perloff (Ed.) Evaluator Interventions: Pros and Cons. Beverly Hills: Sage.

The value patterns of men who voluntarily quit seminary training (1962). Personnel and Guidance Journal, 40, 537-540.


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