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Action Research Principles and Practice

J Mcniff

Action Research Principles and Practice

J Mcniff

$39.49

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Jean McNiff here shows teachers how they can develop and improve their own classroom practice by taking education research out of the confines of academia and conducting it themselves. Action Research is becoming increasingly important and useful. With the introduction of the National Curriculum (which is itself part of an educational trend) with its guidelines on what is taught in schools and in-service education, teachers themselves will need to concentrate on, and to take responsibility for how learning is organised. Jean McNiff explains the philosophies and practices of action research, clearly illustrating her explanations with case studies of recent projects. The book also reviews current trends in action research, examining key concepts in its development. Teachers new to Action Research will find the book a helpful introduction to the subject and its clear construction and use of case studies will also make it a useful resource for school based in-service work.

- Publisher Jean McNiff urges teachers to develop and improve their own classroom practice by taking education research out of the confines of academia and conducting it themselves. Action Research is becoming increasingly important and useful. The author explains its philosophies and practices of action, illustrating her explanations with case studies of recent projects. She also reviews current trends in action research and examines key concepts in its development.

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About "Action Research Principles and Practice"

Jean McNiff here shows teachers how they can develop and improve their own classroom practice by taking education research out of the confines of academia and conducting it themselves. Action Research is becoming increasingly important and useful. With the introduction of the National Curriculum (which is itself part of an educational trend) with its guidelines on what is taught in schools and in-service education, teachers themselves will need to concentrate on, and to take responsibility for how learning is organised. Jean McNiff explains the philosophies and practices of action research, clearly illustrating her explanations with case studies of recent projects. The book also reviews current trends in action research, examining key concepts in its development. Teachers new to Action Research will find the book a helpful introduction to the subject and its clear construction and use of case studies will also make it a useful resource for school based in-service work.
- Publisher

Jean McNiff urges teachers to develop and improve their own classroom practice by taking education research out of the confines of academia and conducting it themselves. Action Research is becoming increasingly important and useful. The author explains its philosophies and practices of action, illustrating her explanations with case studies of recent projects. She also reviews current trends in action research and examines key concepts in its development.
- Publisher

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  • Catalogue Code 121739
  • Product Code 0415090962
  • EAN 9780415090964
  • Pages 192
  • Department Ministry
  • Category Education
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Routledge
  • Publication Date Jan 1989
  • Dimensions 234 x 156 x 6 mm
  • Weight 0.310kg

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