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Action Research Presentation Simalarities

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Transcript of Action Research Presentation Simalarities

Action Research Similarities
Benny Hughes, Donna Miller, Rachel Keller
EDD 581
January 20, 2014
Susan Gertel

Methodology
Classroom action research used in both:
Issues Related to the Study Process
Similarities:
Questions about Action Research
Similarities:
References
Gallagher, Carol. (2003). Zoo-phonics: Can It Help Increase Letter/Sound Recognition. George Fox University
Mattocks, K., Haskell, S., Krebs, E., Justice, A., Yano, E., & Brandt, C. (2012). Women at war: Understanding how women veterans cope with combat and military sexual trauma. Public Health Resources, Paper 184. Retrieved from: http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/publichealthresources/184
Stringer, J., & Turkelson, C. (2013). Does the sequence of instruction matter during simulation. Society for Simulation in Healthcare, 00(00), 1-6.
Action Research Topics
Women in the military serving in combat zones
Sequence of Instruction During Simulation
Zoo-phonics: Can It Help Increase Letter/Sound Recognition

Similarities
Differences
Simulation
Zoo-phonics
Semi-structured interviews used in:
Women in combat
Differences:
Differences:
Simulation
Performance based
Zoo-phonics
Use one group of participants
Women in combat
Zoo- phonics
Use a post-assessment tool
Zoo- phonics
Simulation
Data collected by a team & compared data to a measurable variable
Women in combat
Simulation
Simulation compares two groups of participants
Each if the studies researchers background information differed
Zoo-phonics data is collected by an individual
Participants’ background
Women in combat
Simulation
Questioned information transferability
Simulation
Zoo-phonics
Zoo-phonics questions higher results within ELL students
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