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Hogendoorn, Adrian – Canadian Journal of Action Research, 2017
A course wiki is an active environment in which students not only solve problems, but also find their own problems (Bransford, Brown, & Cocking, 1999). Wikis are novel, immersive environments requiring active participation, which enable students to build knowledge within a secure online setting (Hadjerrouit, 2011). This contribution traces a…
Descriptors: Collaborative Writing, Web 2.0 Technologies, Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education
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Jones, Terri-lyn – Canadian Journal of Action Research, 2017
Focusing on an education graduate student's investigation into their participation in a class wiki, the paper documents the ways student perceptions of a wiki can change their contributions, the wiki itself, and the community that surrounds it. Specifically, wikis and the ways they function as social constructivist and communal constructivist…
Descriptors: Communities of Practice, Graduate Students, Student Participation, Student Attitudes
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Parsons, Jesse – Canadian Journal of Action Research, 2017
When I first visited the Principles of Learning (Pol) course wiki, I sensed the breadth and depth of the existing posts. The proceeding page has been intentionally left blank. It represents the feeling of dilemma when creating my first, new post. This paper will report on my contributions to the Principles of Learning (PoL) course wiki as a form…
Descriptors: Web 2.0 Technologies, Social Media, Masters Programs, Reflection
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Hughes, Susan – Canadian Journal of Action Research, 2016
This study reports on graduate students' thoughts and beliefs about utilizing action research as a means of professional development two years after their graduation from a Master of Arts program in Education. Because many school districts now encourage teachers to engage in self-study and to collect data that informs their instruction, the author…
Descriptors: Action Research, Graduate Students, Professional Development, Feedback (Response)
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Adams, Pamela – Canadian Journal of Action Research, 2016
This paper describes a two-year action research study of 20 pre-service teachers (referred to in the context of this study as intern teachers) in their final 15-week practicum, during which they engaged in a type of action research known as collaborative inquiry. Over the course of their practicum, these intern teachers were interviewed monthly to…
Descriptors: Action Research, Preservice Teachers, Cooperation, Inquiry
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Lyons, Wanda – Canadian Journal of Action Research, 2016
Principal leadership has been identified as the key to successful implementation of inclusive education for students with disabilities. Prospective principals require knowledge, skills, and dispositions to equip them to work with key stakeholders to initiate and sustain inclusive practices within their schools. The purpose of this action research…
Descriptors: Principals, Leadership Training, Management Development, Action Research
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Dunn, Michael; Barrio, Brenda; Hsiao, Yun-Ju – Canadian Journal of Action Research, 2016
Students with developmental disabilities often struggle with life-readiness skills (e.g., literacy skills such as reading and writing, task completion, and communication), which also help prepare students for the workplace. Assistive technology tools offer these students a means to do better in these areas. In this action-research study, we…
Descriptors: Handheld Devices, Assistive Technology, Developmental Disabilities, Daily Living Skills
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Maykut, Colleen A.; Lee, Andrew; Argueta, Nelson Garcia; Grant, Sean; Miller, Cole – Canadian Journal of Action Research, 2016
Although women have made significant progress into traditionally male-dominated professions, such as medicine and engineering, the same cannot be said of men in the nursing profession. Utilizing a critical social theory perspective, an action research project was designed to encourage participants, current male nursing students and alumni of…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Nursing Students, Males, Action Research
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Peterson, Shelly Stagg; Horton, Laura; Restoule, Jean Paul – Canadian Journal of Action Research, 2016
In this paper we propose that collaborative action research values, goals and practices have much in common with guiding principles for conducting research with educators and community members in First Nation, Inuit and Metis communities, as outlined in the Task Force on Aboriginal Languages and Cultures on Aboriginal Languages and Cultures'…
Descriptors: Action Research, Indigenous Populations, Indigenous Knowledge, Educational Research
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Fraser, Monica; Abbott, Marilyn – Canadian Journal of Action Research, 2016
The use of portable electronic reading devices in the English as a second language (ESL) classroom has the potential to positively impact learners' reading engagement and language skill development. However, due to the lack of research, few guidelines are available to inform instructors of the benefits and challenges of using these devices in ESL…
Descriptors: Action Research, Adult Education, English (Second Language), Electronic Learning
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D'addato, Teresa; Miller, Libbi R. – Canadian Journal of Action Research, 2016
The objective of this action research project was to better understand the impact of flipped learning on fourth grade math students in a socioeconomically disadvantaged setting. A flipped instructional model was implemented with the group of students enrolled in the researcher's class. Data was collected in the form of classroom observations,…
Descriptors: Blended Learning, Educational Technology, Homework, Technology Uses in Education
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Root, Jennifer L.; Godderis, Rebecca – Canadian Journal of Action Research, 2016
While increasing attention has been paid to the issue of sexual violence (SV) on university and college campuses, there is a paucity of research about how post-secondary instructors should respond to student disclosures of SV and other forms of gender-based violence (GBV). The limited amount of evidence suggests instructors who receive disclosures…
Descriptors: Violence, Teacher Role, College Faculty, Self Disclosure (Individuals)
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Gardner, Morgan; Brown, Linda; Young, Elizabeth; Young, Allie; McCann, Ann; Myles, Carol – Canadian Journal of Action Research, 2016
Participatory action research (PAR) lacks concerted attention to what makes youth-adult teams feel like genuine partners. This paper explores our youth-adult PAR team's experience of what made us feel like partners during our five-year study of youth voice in educational change. Our findings reveal that we felt like research partners when our…
Descriptors: Action Research, Participatory Research, Educational Change, Social Change
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Robinson, Daniel B.; Walters, William – Canadian Journal of Action Research, 2016
This article summarizes an action research project undertaken at a teacher education institution in Canada. The action research was implemented in an effort to respond to initial observations related to some practicum limitations. In an effort to seek a "solution" to these limitations, a modified practicum model was piloted with a small…
Descriptors: Action Research, Foreign Countries, Intervention, Mentors
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Chesnay, Catherine T. – Canadian Journal of Action Research, 2016
An emerging literature has been building bridges between poststructuralism and participatory action research, highlighting the latter's potential for transformative action. Using examples from participative action research projects with incarcerated or previously incarcerated women, this article discusses how participatory action research is a…
Descriptors: Action Research, Participatory Research, Feminism, Females
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