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This case study outlines the impact of Professor McNiff's career-long research programme aimed at supporting practitioners' action enquiries for social transformation, and finding ways collaboratively to:. The research has been undertaken internationally across multiple settings and sectors, and supported through the production of associated resources. The collective accounts constitute a global knowledge base that links impact and validity through critical self-enquiry. Working collaboratively, inter-institutionally and internationally, over thirty years, Professor McNiff has encouraged and enabled practitioners, including herself, to offer descriptions and explanations for their practical work through personal theories of education. The research is underpinned by values that transform into conceptual, theoretical and methodological frameworks, as well as forming the criteria and standards by which its quality and validity may be judged.
He is resourceful, committed, tenacious, and above all, curious. He will not be satisfied with a given system if he sees elements of the system as unsatisfactory. He will seek to change it. In doing so, he refuses to be a servant, but becomes an acting agent. He rises above the role of a skilled technician and becomes an educator. Jean McNiff, Action Research, Principles and Practice, McNiff,, 50 The Focus of the Research: A problem from your classroom A puzzle or dilemma about the learning of a particular student or group of students A question you have about your teaching A situation that has arisen in your classroom How to develop and support particular learning qualities The Question: What do I want to figure out? What do I want to know about my teaching?
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Participatory approaches to research and evaluation intentionally include the people and groups who are most affected by an inquiry in the design and execution of the process. Participatory forms of research and evaluation help to ensure that the methods and findings reflect the perspectives, cultures, priorities, or concerns of those who are being studied. Because students, parents, community members, or other stakeholders are given active roles in a participatory research or evaluation process—and therefore roles in producing new knowledge or insights about their school, organization, or community—participatory research is a foundational and widely used strategy in organizing, engagement, and equity work. While participatory approaches to research and evaluation can take a wide variety of forms, and many different methodologies both quantitative and qualitative may be used to achieve different objectives, participatory approaches to research and evaluation can be organized into three broad categories:.
The text presented here originally took the form of a small booklet. The First Edition was published in , and since then the booklet has travelled far, appearing in professional education courses in universities, schools and workplaces around the world. Action research is becoming increasingly known as an approach that encourages practitioners to be in control of their own lives and contexts. It began in the USA, came to prominence in the UK in the s, and by the s it was making a significant impact in many professional contexts, particularly in teacher professional education.
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Show all documents Classroom Action Research, Upaya Membangun Ekosistem Pendidikan Melalui Atmosfir Penelitian Kelemahan dalam kegiatan pembelajaran yang dilakukan oleh seorang guru dapat diatasi apabila guru melakukan inovasi dalam pembelajarannya. Sesuai dengan pendapat Baswedan dalam Kemdikbud Guru mulia karena karyanya, Hanya dari guru yang terus belajar dan berkarya akan muncul generasi pembelajar sepanjang hayat yang terus menerus berkontribusi pada masyarakat dan lingkungan. Quantitative data can be measured and represented by numbers. When a researcher handles large amounts of data — for example a large number of questionnaires, surveys, tests results — it is often necessary to analyse them using statistical methods and present them in the form of tables and charts. If you are collecting views using questionnaires from a small group of children or colleagues about their perceptions of a style of teaching or attitudes, you may want to represent the data numerically using tables and charts. The use of questionnaires within a qualitative study often provides ideas for further exploration.
Since its first publication, Action Research: Principles and Practice has become a key text in its field. This new updated edition clearly describes and explains the practices of action research and its underlying values, and introduces important new ideas, including:all professionals should be reflective practitioners;they should produce their personal theories of practice to show how they are holding themselves accountable for their educational influences in learning;the stories they produce become a new people's history of action research, with potential for influencing new futures. This new edition has expanded in scope, to contribute to diverse fields including professional development across the sectors and the disciplines. It considers the current field, including its problems as well as its considerable hopes and prospects for new thinking and practices. Now fully updated, this book contains:A wealth of case-study materialNew chapters on the educational significance of action researchAn overview of methodological and ethical discussionThe book is a valuable addition to the literature on research methods in education and nursing and healthcare, and professional education, and contributes to contemporary debates about the generation and dissemination of knowledge and its potential influence for wider social and environmental contexts. Practitioners across the professions who are planning action research in their own work settings will find this book a helpful introduction to the subject while those studying on higher degree courses will find it an indispensable resource.
Action research is a philosophy and methodology of research generally applied in the social sciences. It seeks transformative change through the simultaneous process of taking action and doing research, which are linked together by critical reflection. Kurt Lewin , then a professor at MIT , first coined the term "action research" in In his paper "Action Research and Minority Problems" he described action research as "a comparative research on the conditions and effects of various forms of social action and research leading to social action" that uses "a spiral of steps, each of which is composed of a circle of planning, action and fact-finding about the result of the action". Action research is an interactive inquiry process that balances problem-solving actions implemented in a collaborative context with data-driven collaborative analysis or research to understand underlying causes enabling future predictions about personal and organizational change.
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