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Classroom Action Research
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Classroom Action Research

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Classroom Action Research by Ida Bagus Nyoman Mantra …

Classroom Action Research by Ida Bagus Nyoman Mantra
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  • 1. CLASSROOM ACTIONCLASSROOM ACTION RESEARCH: ARESEARCH: A PROFESSIONALPROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROCESSDEVELOPMENT PROCESS IDA BAGUS MANTRA MR. BAGUS BARAKA BASHAD
  • 2. What is Classroom Action Research?What is Classroom Action Research? ClassroomClassroom ActionAction research isresearch is a natural extension of gooda natural extension of good teachingteaching.. Classroom action researchClassroom action research (CAR) begins with a question(CAR) begins with a question or questions about classroomor questions about classroom experiences, issues, orexperiences, issues, or challengeschallenges
  • 3. Who is it for?Who is it for? Any teacher who:Any teacher who: • wants to understand more aboutwants to understand more about teaching and learningteaching and learning • wants to develop teaching skillswants to develop teaching skills and knowledgeand knowledge • wants to take action to improvewants to take action to improve student learningstudent learning
  • 4. What are the benefits?What are the benefits? • provides a framework for trying outprovides a framework for trying out different approaches and ideasdifferent approaches and ideas • helps develop reflective practicehelps develop reflective practice • enables teachers to make choices andenables teachers to make choices and decisions about their teaching stylesdecisions about their teaching styles • helps develop confidencehelps develop confidence • helps teachers improve student learninghelps teachers improve student learning
  • 5. The idea of classroom actionThe idea of classroom action research is that educationalresearch is that educational problems and issues are bestproblems and issues are best identified and investigated whereidentified and investigated where the action is; at the classroomthe action is; at the classroom and school level.and school level. FFindings can be appliedindings can be applied immediately and problems solvedimmediately and problems solved more quickly”more quickly”
  • 6. Classroom ActionClassroom Action ResearchResearch isis NOTNOT-- Writing a ResearchWriting a Research PaperPaper
  • 7. AA ModelModel of Professionalof Professional DevelopmentDevelopment • Classroom action research is aClassroom action research is a model of professionalmodel of professional development in which educatorsdevelopment in which educators study student learning relatedstudy student learning related to their own teachingto their own teaching
  • 8. Cycle I •Planning •Action •Observation •Reflect Cycle II •REVISED Planning •Action •Observation •Reflection Classroom ACTION RESEARCH is a CYCLE
  • 9. Planning:Planning: 1.1. Teaching scenariosTeaching scenarios 2.2. Teaching mediaTeaching media 3.3. Research Instruments: questionnaire,Research Instruments: questionnaire, Teacher' diary, observation blank sheet,Teacher' diary, observation blank sheet, Pre-test, Post-testPre-test, Post-test
  • 10. Action
  • 11. ObservationObservation
  • 12. ReflectionReflection
  • 13. Unsolved ProblemUnsolved Problem ThenThen Revised PlanningRevised Planning ActionAction ObservationObservation reflectionreflection
  • 14. THANK YOUTHANK YOU GAME ISGAME IS OVEROVER

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