Action Research in Education - Introductory

EDUC-601

Action research allows teachers to use data driven decision making for professional development and 21st century student learning. The course examines action research in teacher practice, and charges students to use reflection and self-assessment to determine a researchable problem. The course is designed to enable participants to design an action research study, to understand the fundamental principles of action research, and to locate the significance of the approach in everyday practice and educational policy. The course will engage the participants in systematic, reflective qualitative inquiry into their own practice .Restricted to students in the Master of Arts in Education program.

Credits: 

3

Department: 

Graduate Education