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This booklet covers some of the basic steps teachers can use in action research. From defining the problem, developing a plan of action, evaluating the plan and sharing it to solving real classroom problems, this handy guide provides students with the basics they need to know.
Table of Contents
|Introduction to Action Research||p. 1|
|An Overview of Action Research: Descriptors of Action Research||p. 1|
|The Beginning||p. 3|
|Action Research Steps||p. 3|
|Finding Your Research Topic||p. 4|
|A Theoretical Context||p. 5|
|Sources for the Literature Review||p. 5|
|Sample Literature Reviews||p. 6|
|Methods: Collecting Data||p. 9|
|Data Collection||p. 9|
|Types of Data in Action Research||p. 10|
|Methods: Analyzing the Data||p. 21|
|Accuracy and Credibility||p. 21|
|Inductive Analysis||p. 21|
|Discussion: Your Plan of Action||p. 25|
|Conclusions and Recommendations||p. 25|
|Evaluation of the Study||p. 27|
|Designing a New Plan or Program||p. 27|
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