Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Action Research in Education.

John Elliott (1991) defines action research as:
“Action research is the process through which teachers collaborate in evaluating their
practice jointly; raise awareness of their personal theory; articulate a shared conception of
values; try out new strategies to render the values expressed in their practice more
consistent with educational values they espouse; record their work in a form which is
readily available to and understandable by other teachers; and thus develop a shared
theory of teaching by research practice.”