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Action Research<br />
What is Action Research?<br />In action research, a professional examines a practice to determine how it influences a prob...
Purpose of Action Research at IDEAL-NM<br />The purpose of our action research will be to examine different online practic...
The process<br />Phase I<br />Identify the theme (Jan. 21)<br />Identify the problem and tentative questions<br />List Lit...
#1: Identify a theme: 	Broad Themes (Jan 21)<br />High Drop-Out/Failure     <br />Teacher Quality     <br />Site Coordinat...
#2: Identify the problem and tentative questions<br />The problem is something you hope to solve and the questions need to...
#3 List Literature Review 	Sources (Feb. 21)<br />Your sources need to be academic sources.<br />Sources for information m...
#4: Phase 1 Template 	complete (Mar. 15)<br />Questions:<br />What is your Action Research Question/Problem<br />What cond...
#5 Literature Review Presentation completed and posted to the wiki (Apr. 29)#6 Presentations(Apr. 29 and May 13)<br />
Questions?<br />
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  1. 1. Action Research<br />
  2. 2. What is Action Research?<br />In action research, a professional examines a practice to determine how it influences a problem.<br />
  3. 3. Purpose of Action Research at IDEAL-NM<br />The purpose of our action research will be to examine different online practices to invoke change to support student learning.<br />
  4. 4. The process<br />Phase I<br />Identify the theme (Jan. 21)<br />Identify the problem and tentative questions<br />List Literature Review Sources (Feb. 21)<br />Phase #1 Template complete (Mar. 15)<br />Literature Review Presentation completed and posted to wiki (Apr. 29)<br />Presentations (Apr 29 and May 13)<br />Phase II (to begin next term)<br />Research phase<br />
  5. 5. #1: Identify a theme: Broad Themes (Jan 21)<br />High Drop-Out/Failure     <br />Teacher Quality     <br />Site Coordinator Quality     <br />Program Policies & Procedures     <br />Program & School/District Collaboration     <br />School Site Support Structures     <br />Student Success Rate<br />Student collaboration strategies<br />
  6. 6. #2: Identify the problem and tentative questions<br />The problem is something you hope to solve and the questions need to be ones that can be answered by doing research. Remember, an action research study is more than a literature review. You will be conducting your own research. Think of the process as you would a science fair project.<br />
  7. 7. #3 List Literature Review Sources (Feb. 21)<br />Your sources need to be academic sources.<br />Sources for information might be found in online journals <br />Faculty Focus, JOLT, ERIC, SREB, iNacol and OJDLA<br />Books and articles about education that were written within the last 5 years.<br />
  8. 8. #4: Phase 1 Template complete (Mar. 15)<br />Questions:<br />What is your Action Research Question/Problem<br />What condition caused you to consider this topic? Will you be defining this topic further or experimenting with a solution for this topic?<br />List your literature review sources.<br />List each group members responsibilities for the literature review.<br />
  9. 9. #5 Literature Review Presentation completed and posted to the wiki (Apr. 29)#6 Presentations(Apr. 29 and May 13)<br />
  10. 10. Questions?<br />
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