The context of the classroom setting

  

                                         Action Research for Educators

                                                       Assignment: 

                          The Context of the Classroom Setting Project Essay

  

Begin your 2 page  Action Research Project essay document by developing the following part: Using APA style and references. 

  

Part A: The Context of the Classroom Setting

1. What is your action Research question as a reading specialist?

2. Develop a contextual summary that clearly describes the background information of the problem, issue, dilemma, or idea you selected. Reminder: Your topic must be directly related to the content of your MSED specialization such as reading specialist.  Be sure to explain the following in your contextual summary:

  1. The continued challenge, issue, idea, or dilemma that      is important to you that relates to P-12 student learning in your      classroom or learning environment where you have control.
  2. The background information, including student data that      informed the problem, such as:
    1. Past and current data       related to the context of the problem.
    2. Past student work samples       to help illustrate the problem.
  3. The context of your classroom setting in a way for      others to understand your rationale for choosing this topic to pursue for      your research. Be sure to include a discussion of data you collected from      the classroom and scholarly research from the literature that supports      your decision to pursue this journey of inquiry.

  

Helpful References

Mertler, C. A. (2017). Action research: Improving schools and empowering educators (5th ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Efron, S. E., & Ravid, R. (2013). Action research in education: A practical guide. New York, NY: The Guilford Press. 

  • Chapter 2, “Choosing and      Learning About Your Research Topic” (pp. 13–38)
  • Chapter 3, “Approaches to Action Research” (p. 48)

Stringer, E. T. (2014). Action research (4th ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. 

  • Chapter 8, “Reports:      Informing Stakeholders” (pp. 217–218)
  • Chapter 9, “Action Research and the Internet” (pp.      239–246)

Ballard, S. D. (2015). Action research. Knowledge Quest, 43(3), 44–48.

Lawlor, L. A., Hansen, C. C., Zambo, D., & Horn, P. (2015). Empowering teachers and engaging students. Educational Digest, 80(6), 4–8.

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