Center for Collaborative Action Research --Pepperdine University
The Center for Collaborative Action Research supports action research practices in schools, community settings, and online learning environments.
Action Research --American Education Research Association Special Group
A study based on the 30 statements that depicts the essence of action research.
Action Research by Richard Donato, University of Pittsburg (ERIC Digest)
This Digest discusses a framework for conducting action research and describes an action research study carried out in an elementary school Spanish program.
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