An example of how to plan out all of the steps for your action research project appears in Exercise 6.
Step 7 Formulating and Sharing Instructor Knowledge
One of the primary concerns of action research is to promote the sharing of knowledge and experiences of the practitioner- researchers who engage in it in order to improve and further develop programs.
Preparing to report the experiences and outcomes of action research involves further reflection and analysis which sharpen initial interpretations and give rise to additional insights. In analysing your own experiences and reporting them, you make it clearer to others where you stand and why.
When deciding what method to use in reporting the new instructor knowledge consider these three interrelated questions.
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