- McNiff, Jean.
- Whitehead, Jack
- 141290806X (pbk.)
- 1412908051 (hbk.) :
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- Bibliography: p. 260-269.
- PART ONE: WHAT DO I NEED TO KNOW; What Is Action Research?; Who Does Action Research?; The Underpinning Assumptions of Action Research; Where Did Action Research Come from?; PART TWO: WHY DO I NEED TO KNOW?; Why Do Action Research?; Learning To Improve Practice; Contributing to New Theory; Evaluating Your Research; PART THREE: HOW DO I FIND OUT?; Feasibility Planning; Action Planning; Doing Your Research: Carrying Out Your Action Plan; Examples of Action Enquiries; PART FOUR: HOW DO I GENERATE EVIDENCE TO SUPPORT MY CLAIM TO KNOWLEDGE?; Monitoring Practice and Looking for Data; Gathering, Sorting and Storing Data; Turning the Data into Evidence; PART FIVE: HOW DO I TEST AND CRITIQUE MY KNOWLEDGE?; Testing the Validity of Your Claim to Knowledge; Establishing the Legitimacy of Your Claim to Knowledge; Engaging with the Politics of Educational Knowledge; PART SIX: HOW DO I REPRESENT AND DISSEMINATE MY KNOWLEDGE?; Telling Your Research Story; Writing a Workplace Report; Writing a Report for Higher Degree Accreditation; Disseminating. Your Research; PART SEVEN: HOW DO I SHOW THE SIGNIFICANCE OF MY KNOWLEDGE?; Explaining the Significance of Your Research; Developing New Epistemologies for Organizational Culture of Enquiry; The Amazing Potential Influence of Your Action Research; The easiest, most comprehensive guide available. Written in response to students' questions and designed originally for their website as one-stop shop introduction to Action Research.
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