Action Research is a form of systematic inquiry that instructors use to investigate their practice as researchers. Action Research is sometimes depicted as a circular process of inquiry.
The process generally begins with an issue or circumstance that you, as a teacher, wish to alter. You'll be guided through the process of turning an "interesting topic" into a "researchable question" and then devising action steps to test out. To help plan activities and analyze the outcomes, you will draw on the findings of other researchers.
The approach generally begins with a problem or circumstance that you wish to alter as a teacher. You'll be guided through the process of turning an "interesting problem" into a "researchable topic" and then generating steps to test out. To help you plan activities and analyze the outcomes, you will draw on the results of other researchers.
We have highly qualified researchers that can assist you with action research in schools and classrooms. This assistance can take a variety of forms, ranging from whole-school Action Research presentations to individual mentorship with classroom projects. Setting up small, collaborative working groups has shown to be both encouraging and successful, but please contact us to explore your specific requirements.
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