Expertly guiding educators through the action research process, alleviating potential concerns and questions, this book is full of new and updated examples that help to make the process concrete. New features to the Second Edition include: a chapter on crafting the research question and the research design; political and ethical considerations; new examples of action research studies that reflect the current educational environment.
Foreword by Susan E. Noffke
About the Authors
1. What Is Action Research?
2. Merging Educational Practice and Research: A New Paradigm
3. What Does Practitioner Action Research Look Like?
4. Empowerment and Practitioner Action Research: An Example
5. The Research Question, Ethical Considerations, and Research Design
6. Qualitative Research Approaches for Practitioner Action Research