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Digging Deeper Into Action Research: A Teacher Inquirer's Field Guide takes off where other introductory texts on action research end. Bestselling author Nancy L. Fichtman Dana provides step-by-step directions and vignettes to guide teachers through each component of the action research process as they are in the midst of doing it. The goal is to help teachers fine-tune their work and ultimately produce higher quality practitioner research than would be produced in the absence of deliberate reflection on and careful scrutiny of each phase in the action research cycle: developing a wondering, developing a research plan, analyzing data, and presenting the research.This book will include a DVD of Nancy speaking about action research, plus interviews and classroom clips of teachers who have pursued inquiry projects.