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Karijn Aussems; Jet Isarin; Alistair Niemeijer; Christine Dedding – Educational Action Research, 2024
Participatory Action Research (PAR) brings unique ethical challenges. Scholars have developed seven ethical principles to address these challenges. So far, little has been published on how these ethical principles (are put to) work in different fields. We used the principles to evaluate our collaboration with co-researchers with developmental…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Action Research, Participatory Research, Researchers
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Anette Forssten Seiser; Ingela Portfelt – Educational Action Research, 2024
The aim of this study is to explore what happened -- and why -- in a collaboration between ourselves as researchers and school leaders from two different schools in Sweden. The theory of practice architectures is used to frame the study. The goal of the collaboration was to enhance the scientific foundation of school practices, which motivated the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Cooperation, Leadership, Administrators
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Shree Krishna Wagle; Bal Chandra Luitel; Erling Krogh – Educational Action Research, 2024
This paper reflects upon and discusses the case of a participatory action research project in a public school in Nepal with the aim of exploring the possibilities for participatory approaches to contextualised teaching and learning. We discuss how research-degree students and school stakeholders involved in participatory needs assessment…
Descriptors: Public Schools, Foreign Countries, Needs Assessment, Educational Change
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Amanuel Yosief; Mohammed-Saleh Sulieman; Tecle Biede – Educational Action Research, 2024
This study focuses on three essential concepts -- collaboration, action, and research. It was initiated by three former teacher educators (TEs) at Asmara Community College of Education (ACCE), Eritrea (now defunct), and data was drawn from their written accounts and rigorous reflective discussions. It illuminates the lines of development while…
Descriptors: Teacher Improvement, Teacher Educators, Cooperation, Action Research
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Leen Dom; Dietlinde Willockx – Educational Action Research, 2024
In out-of-school care centres in Flanders, building warm and trusting relationships with parents is both an important aim and a huge frustration. Practitioners often struggle with their role towards parents and feel insufficiently trained to deal with increasing expectations about cooperation with parents. In this article we describe the results…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Child Care Centers, Action Research, Parent Participation
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Robert Henthorn; Kevin Lowden; Karen McArdle – Educational Action Research, 2024
This paper explores the experience of three mentors working with a group of 12 practitioner action researchers; practitioners who were recipients of an Action Research Grant (ARG) in a programme initiated and managed by the Educational Institute of Scotland (EIS). The EIS is a trade union, which represents over 80% of Scotland's teaching…
Descriptors: Action Research, Educational Research, Mentors, Unions
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Robby Lee Robinette – Educational Action Research, 2024
An important consideration for doctoral students as they plan for an action research dissertation is to determine the appropriate methods for their study. Doctoral students can include a cycle in the action research process to learn how to use and experiment with different methods. In deciding to include such a cycle in my doctoral action…
Descriptors: Action Research, Educational Research, Research Methodology, Doctoral Students
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Ben H. J. Smit; Jacobiene A. Meirink; Dineke E. H. Tigelaar; Amanda K. Berry; Wilfried F. Admiraal – Educational Action Research, 2024
This study focuses on pre-service teachers' views of the conditions that foster their participatory action research practices in secondary schools and on how these conditions can inform the development of a teacher education program for a participatory approach. By using the "Theory of Practice Architectures" as an analytical lens, eight…
Descriptors: Student Attitudes, Preservice Teachers, Teacher Education Programs, Action Research
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Hasianna Nopina Situmorang; Freddy Tua Musa Panggabean; Manihar Situmorang – Educational Action Research, 2024
Knowledge and skills in the field of research are key requirements for the successful completion of studies for students, including prospective teachers. However, the outbreak of the COVID-19 coronavirus has made it difficult for students to conduct research in the usual ways. This study aims to apply project-based learning through action research…
Descriptors: Action Research, Research Proposals, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Stephanie-Renee Anckle – Educational Action Research, 2024
This project emerged from the voices of eight female teacher candidates of color, who wanted to address the inequitable representation of historically underrepresented groups within elementary school education. Using the Participatory Action Research (PAR) advanced by Fals-Borda, the teacher candidates designed instructional units that used…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Disproportionate Representation, Minority Groups, Elementary School Teachers
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Mark Fraser; Anthony Wotring; Corinne A. Green; Michelle J. Eady – Educational Action Research, 2024
Critical reflection writing in teacher education programmes is often undertaken without appropriate learning support despite the contribution it makes to informing meaningful changes in the early stages of their teaching careers. Students' attempts at writing critical reflections often lack discursive depth when connecting theory to practice.…
Descriptors: Critical Thinking, Reflection, Writing (Composition), Teacher Education Programs
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Rongyu Xin; Gretchen Brion-Meisels – Educational Action Research, 2024
Prior research suggests that critical participatory action research (CPAR) -- a research approach that centers democratic participation, agency, and collective capacity-building -- may be one way to improve teachers' professional development and increase their feelings of agency and well-being. Engaging in CPAR has the potential to foster…
Descriptors: Teaching Experience, Well Being, Faculty Development, Action Research
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Jaana Nehez – Educational Action Research, 2024
This article nuances an ongoing discussion among researchers about external researchers in emancipatory action research in the educational field. It examines opportunities and challenges for emancipatory action research for participants in top-down and bottom-up initiated action research projects with external researchers. An analysis based on…
Descriptors: Researchers, Action Research, Research Methodology, College School Cooperation
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David Coghlan; Vivienne Brady; Denise O'Leary; Geralyn Hynes – Educational Action Research, 2024
This article describes how, the authors, as members of an action research writing group, responded to a comment about feeling vulnerable in risking bringing their work-in-progress to the group and in giving feedback to colleagues by adopting a cooperative inquiry approach to explore vulnerability and risk in the group. In cooperative inquiry group…
Descriptors: Writing (Composition), Groups, Action Research, Risk
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Miguel Bou; Auxiliadora Sales – Educational Action Research, 2024
This study explores Participatory Action Research (PAR) as a practice that promotes collaborative knowledge construction between researchers and participants. Within this framework, a PAR experience carried out for the transformation of a school in the province of Valencia (Spain) is explored. The aim is to analyse the shared construction of…
Descriptors: Participatory Research, Action Research, Educational Change, Foreign Countries
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