Doing Teacher Research: From Inquiry to Understanding

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Heinle & Heinle, 1998 - Education - 258 pages
Doing Teacher Research is one volume of the authoritative 13-title TeacherSource series. The author examines the issue from three distinct perspectives: Teachers' Voices, which are authentic accounts of teacher's experiences; Frameworks, which are comprehensive discussions of theoretical issues; and Investigations, which are inquiry-based activities.

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User Review  - ARICANA - LibraryThing

This book focuses on the intersection of teaching and research. By examining how research can fit within and trasform the work of teaching, it offers a different perspective to teachers doing research. Read full review

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User Review  - tole_lege - LibraryThing

If you are doing research on, with, or around teachers, this is a very useful book. If you are a teacher involved in action research, this is even more useful... Includes information about how to make sense of data.... Read full review


Framing the TeacherResearch Cycle
Carnival Rides
Forming an Inquiry

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