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Lak, Azadeh; Aghamolaei, Reihaneh – Educational Action Research, 2022
Designing public space can take an interdisciplinary approach to urban space design by highlighting the relationship between urban design research and practice. This research attempts to educate students as 'researcher-designers' by applying practical techniques such as Place-check and Gehl's public life-tool in a review of how public space design…
Descriptors: Urban Areas, Design, Studio Art, Correlation
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Duke, Adrienne M.; Fripp, Jessica A. – Educational Action Research, 2022
Youth participatory action research (YPAR) projects are powerful developmental contexts for important lessons in identity, power, stereotypes, and bias. African American girls develop in a society that devalues and often stigmatizes their racial and gendered identity. Although studies have shown that African American girls score high on…
Descriptors: Action Research, Participatory Research, Self Concept, Power Structure
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Antonsen, Yngve; Thunberg, Odd Arne; Tiller, Tom – Educational Action Research, 2022
We analyse and self-reflect on an action research project conducted in a financial organisation twelve years ago. The research question was: What are the challenges of initiating an action research project in a financial organisation with top-down control that uses the Balanced Scorecard? The data came from action learning seminars with line…
Descriptors: Action Research, Finance Occupations, Institutional Administration, Educational Researchers
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Huntingford, Stasha; Lewis, TracyRay – Educational Action Research, 2022
Please join us on this learning romp, which includes anarchists, discomfort, flying projectiles, Ministries of Truth, anger, and naked emperors. This paper is an example of, and a reflection on, the praxis of Participatory Action Research as a way of life. It is the result of a reflective conversation between two researchers. We got together in…
Descriptors: Participatory Research, Action Research, Educational Research, Educational Researchers
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Call-Cummings, Meagan; Ní Sheanáin, Úna; Buttimer, Chris – Educational Action Research, 2022
YPAR seeks to position youth as experts on their worlds, investigating issues that affect their lives and then taking action to create solutions. As such, one of the key epistemological principles underpinning YPAR is the robust participation of youth throughout the knowledge creation process. A growing body of literature examines what youth…
Descriptors: Youth, Participatory Research, Action Research, Adolescents
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Gkloumpou, Alexandra; Germanos, Dimitris – Educational Action Research, 2022
Classroom space is a fundamental field of interaction in which all interchange and determination activities between the person and the social environment can be developed. The purpose of this study is to demonstrate the systemic relationship between places and groups. It specifically investigates how the pedagogical reorganization of classroom…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Classroom Environment, Space Utilization, Cooperative Learning
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Miedijensky, Shirley; Sasson, Irit – Educational Action Research, 2022
This study examined in-service teachers who engaged in a year-long professional development (PD) course that focused on conducting participatory action research (PAR) related to mathematics and science instruction. We focused on how the teachers perceived the PAR process and its impact on their practice and performance throughout the course. A…
Descriptors: Participatory Research, Action Research, Case Studies, Mathematics Instruction
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Bulterman-Bos, Jacquelien – Educational Action Research, 2022
The question of how to create a common framework for teaching (a science of the art of teaching) has often been a topic of discussion. As a result of Lesson Study, such a framework has emerged in Japan for science education. Outside Japan, however, creating a common framework for teaching has appeared to be far from easy. This article focuses on…
Descriptors: Participatory Research, Action Research, Science Education, Science Instruction
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Weber, Stephanie; Harris, Rebecca – Educational Action Research, 2022
This paper explores the impact of an action research intervention to support primary aged children's confidence as writers. Set in a school where few children (the majority of whom had English as an additional language) were performing at or beyond national expectations in terms of writing, the intervention looked at how to engage children more…
Descriptors: Action Research, Elementary School Students, Writing (Composition), Self Efficacy
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Smets, Wouter; De Neve, Debbie; Struyven, Katrien – Educational Action Research, 2022
As student populations in schools become more diverse in many western countries, the urge for teachers to provide instruction that caters for students' needs increases concurrently. Teachers however find it difficult to put differentiated instruction into practice. This study is based on an action research project that documented teachers'…
Descriptors: Secondary School Teachers, Individualized Instruction, Student Needs, Instructional Design
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Hanfstingl, Barbara; Pflaum, Malena – Educational Action Research, 2022
This paper reports the results from a second-order action research process, accompanying a continuing professional development (CPD), the "Pedagogy and Subject Didactics Programme" (PFL). PFL is a 2-year-postgraduate university course that focuses primarily on subject didactics, action research methods and peer group learning. This study…
Descriptors: Professional Continuing Education, Graduate Study, Action Research, Cooperative Learning
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Wright, Pete; Carvalho, Tiago; Fejzo, Alba – Educational Action Research, 2022
This paper focuses on the development of a model of research and professional development which aims to bring about transformations in classroom practice in situations that have previously proved resistant to change. We explore reasons why conventional models have failed to address one such situation, the continuing predominance of teacher-centred…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Teacher Collaboration, Professional Autonomy, Educational Change
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Gilbert, William – Educational Action Research, 2022
This purpose of this article is to explore challenges and tensions associated with a participatory action research (PAR) project that occurred in 2019 and involved the author and five teacher activist co-researchers. This article opens with some brief context on the PAR project under focus before specifying the article's analytical methods. Next,…
Descriptors: Participatory Research, Action Research, Epistemology, Activism
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Wong, Judy; Lee-Piggott, Rinnelle – Educational Action Research, 2022
This article presents the outcomes of a project, which aimed to develop the use of questioning in one teacher's practice using a professional development intervention termed 'clinical supervision'. As well as being a project which adopted an action research approach, this use of clinical supervision is, we argue, a form of professional…
Descriptors: Supervision, Teacher Collaboration, Faculty Development, Foreign Countries
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Richardson, Carmen – Educational Action Research, 2022
The recent call for education to support student creativity, collaboration, and critical thinking has required a change in traditional views of teaching and learning. Teachers are being asked to engage in creative work in order to bring about innovative educational practices. However, when teachers are asked to make pedagogical changes, the…
Descriptors: Teacher Collaboration, Educational Innovation, Coaching (Performance), Teaching Methods
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