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Online (Free) Action Research Tutorials

posted Oct 16, 2014, 12:46 AM by Margaret Riel
I just completed the 9th in a series of twelve Action Research Tutorials-- this one  on the role of reflection in writing about action research.  It is my hope to finish the last three tutorials in the next few months.  They are available for use either by individual, group or classes of action researchers. Each tutorial has a 6-13 min. video overview, activities and resources to support the activities.   Then I will return to the beginning and update the resources and where needed the videos.  Feel free to share multimedia resources that you would like me to feature in any of the tutorials. I think it is helpful to have a web-based learning tool for teaching oneself about action research.  This saves classroom or group time for the discussion of the projects that action researchers are implementing and sharing.  For more information see the Action Research Tutorials on the Center for Collaborative Action Research. --Margaret Riel (mriel@pepperdine.edu)


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