Action Research Methods

Action Research Methods

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Among the plethora of action research books on the market, there is no one text exclusively devoted to understanding methods and methodologies for acquiring and interpreting research data. In Action Research Methods, the author and contributors acknowledge that the methodology component is where most of the struggle and confusion lies with students in research methods courses.The aim is to assist master's level education students, particularly K-12 teachers, with practical and theoretically grounded approaches to the action research process with a focus on quantitative and qualitative data collection and interpretation. Authors in this text include K-16 educators from a wide array of disciplines. End-of-chapter exercises support reflection and application of chapter concepts.... 1. and studentsa#39; perceptions of the use of a teaching tool (e.g., a SMART Board interactive whiteboard for mathematics instruction)? Scenario: Mark, a high school math teacher, hoped to gain an understand- ing of teacher and student perceptions of SMART Board use for instruction in high school. ... Mr. Diamond notices that Mr. Smith has a video camera set up to record Participant Observation 65.

Title:Action Research Methods
Author: Sheri Klein
Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan - 2012-06-19

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