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Integrating Teaching, Learning, and Action Research
Enhancing Instruction in the K-12 Classroom



June 2009 | 200 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Integrating Teaching, Learning and Action Research: Enhancing Instruction in the K-12 Classroom demonstrates how action research can be used as an integral component of teaching and learning and how teacher researchers can engage students as participatory researchers to accomplish highly effective learning outcomes. The text details student research processes chapter by chapter, and demonstrates, through examples and multiple lesson plans, how these processes can be incorporated into classroom lessons and linked to state courses of study and performance standards. This timely text provides the means to upgrade student performance and maximize the possibility of success for all.
 
Preface
Chapter
Acknowledgments
 
1. Action Research in Teaching and Learning
 
2. Learning Theory
 
3. Lesson Planning
 
4. Instruction: Facilitating Student Learning
 
5. Action Learning: Accomplishing Objectives, Outcomes, and Standards
 
6. Assessment and Evaluation
 
Appendix. Case Examples
 
References
 
Index
 
About the Authors

Complements one chapter on Action Research. I use it as a supplemental reading.

Dr Zsuzsanna Szabo
Social Behavioral Science Div, Marist College
March 11, 2013

very informative for research module

Mrs Paula Willis
School of Health Studies, Darlington College
October 10, 2012

I adopted it as a second text book used in combination with the primary text for the course.
Mostly to help students do reflection on their teaching.
Students like the book because is very simple to use as a guide for their action research and reflection on classroom teaching.

Dr Zsuzsanna Szabo
Social Behavioral Science Div, Marist College
October 25, 2010

This book is designed, as it says on the cover, for the enhancement of instruction in the K-12 classroom. I read the book in the hope of finding new approaches to action research within my classrooms but found the book to be specific to K-12 and only loosely based around action research. It is a well considered book but I found the link to action research to be misleading as the emphasis seemed to be on action learning as an alternative re-conceptualisation of the original model. However, that said I found the examples and case studies of most benefit and would recommend the book to those unfamiliar with classroom-based research who want to see what others might have done.

Dr Ashley Casey
Department of Physical Education and Sport Studies, University of Bedfordshire
April 19, 2010

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