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Chapter 5: Action Research for School Leaders
Transcript of Chapter 5: Action Research for School Leaders
What is Action Research?
How can you use Action Research?
Why is the Action Research Movement important?
Understand what is happening in your classroom
Improve teaching and learning
Measure effectiveness of instructional strategies
Measure student performance
Measure classroom management techniques
Steps in Action Research
School and student success
Select and area of study or focus:
Collect data using:
Approaches to Collect Data
Group Comparison types
2. Case Study
Graphs and Tables
Analyze, interpret and report data
Develop a plan of action
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Take a moment to take this survey.
What is the educational leaders role?
2. Monitoring and adjusting
Research allows us to provide our students the best education possible. It’s not about finding what works, but rather what works best! We are able to implement new initiatives blindly, but research provides us the opportunity to ensure those initiatives are successful and continue to be.
Research aids us in creating a sustaining a continuous process in our curriculum.
Take this quick survey:
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