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What is Action Research?

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A brief definition and explanation of Action Research

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What is Action Research?

  1. 1. What is Action Research? Dr. Gregory S. Waddell
  2. 2. According to the experts . . . it is . . .
  3. 3. “a cycle
  4. 4. “a cycle of posing questions,
  5. 5. “a cycle of posing questions, gathering data,
  6. 6. “a cycle of posing questions, gathering data, reflection,
  7. 7. Eileen Ferrance, "Action Research," Providence, RI: The Education Alliance, 2000, available from www.alliance.brown.edu/pubs/themes_ed/act_research.pdf “a cycle of posing questions, gathering data, reflection, & deciding on a course of action.”
  8. 8. Kurt Lewin, "Action Research & Minority Problems," Journal of Social Issues 2, no. 4 (1946): 34-46. Kurt Lewin described it as a process of ... Planning
  9. 9. Kurt Lewin, "Action Research & Minority Problems," Journal of Social Issues 2, no. 4 (1946): 34-46. Kurt Lewin described it as a process of ... Planning Action,
  10. 10. Kurt Lewin, "Action Research & Minority Problems," Journal of Social Issues 2, no. 4 (1946): 34-46. Kurt Lewin described it as a process of ... Planning Action, and Searching
  11. 11. Learning Point Associates (http://www.learningpt.org/) define it as . . .
  12. 12. “Inquiry or research in the context of focused efforts to improve the quality of an organization and its performance.”
  13. 13. It is a cyclical process …
  14. 14. P Problem You start out with a problem.
  15. 15. Design D P Problem You design a potential solution.
  16. 16. Design D A P Problem Action You take action on your solution.
  17. 17. Design D R A P Problem Reflection Action You reflect on the results.
  18. 18. C Design D R A P Problem Reflection Action Capture You capture the learning.
  19. 19. C Design D R A P P D A R C Problem Reflection Action Capture Then, you repeat the process.
  20. 20. C Design D R A P P D A R C ProblemP Reflection Action Capture D A R C P Again and again …
  21. 21. First, you need a good problem
  22. 22. A Good Problem is ...
  23. 23. A Good Problem is ...
  24. 24. A Good Problem is ...
  25. 25. A Good Problem is ...
  26. 26. A Good Problem Demands
  27. 27. A Good Problem Resists
  28. 28. A Good Problem Leads To . . .
  29. 29. A Good Problem Leads To . . .
  30. 30. Action Research requires that we REFRAME the problem
  31. 31. by looking at it in different contexts
  32. 32. from different perspectives
  33. 33. as a part of a larger system
  34. 34. by making comparisons
  35. 35. by applying the problem to different groups
  36. 36. As You Implement the Plan . . . Control the progress
  37. 37. As You Implement the Plan . . . Control the progress Collect the data (evidence)
  38. 38. As You Implement the Plan . . . Control the progress Collect the data (evidence) Present periodic reports
  39. 39. Another essential element of Action Research is . . .
  40. 40. “A cycle of action and reflection is the heart of action learning.” Tom Bourner, Alan Cooper and Linda France, "Action Learning Across a University Community," Innovations in Education & Training International 37, no. 1 (2000): 2-9. available from Academic Search Premier, EBSCOhost (accessed December 20, 2006).
  41. 41. Reflection is . . . A process of entering into “dialogue based on the data collected and [being] guided by a systemic framework to discover the root causes of the organization's problems.” Michael Beer, Russell A. Eisenstat and Burt Spector, "Why Change Programs Don't Produce Change," Harvard Business Review, November-December, 1990, 158-66; available from EBSCOhost.
  42. 42. What did we intend to do? These questions are used by the U.S. Army for their After-Action Reviews. Garvin, 2000, p. 107.
  43. 43. What actually happened?
  44. 44. Why did this happen?
  45. 45. What are we going to do the next time?
  46. 46. Lastly, we need to capture the learning
  47. 47. Information must be captured and then made institutional--
  48. 48. Information must be captured and then made institutional--
  49. 49. a process that involves recording and storing the learning in a way that is accessible to others. Information must be captured and then made institutional--
  50. 50. In a nutshell . . . Action Research seeks to accomplish two goals:
  51. 51. In a nutshell . . . 1. Stimulate Learning and Action Research seeks to accomplish two goals:
  52. 52. In a nutshell . . . 1. Stimulate Learning and 2. Make a Difference. Action Research seeks to accomplish two goals:
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