Edrs 600: Action Research
The purpose of Edrs 600, Action Research, is to acquaint candidates with principles of research methodology and associated statistical processes specifically focused on action research. Interpreting data and results of studies are an important part of becoming a reflective practitioner and well suited for action research. As a result of this course, candidates can apply research findings in educational settings as well as identify problems and challenges that can be investigated through action research conducted in classrooms and other contexts.
- Lecture: Lecture for Edrs 600
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