Action Research for ISEND: Guidance Resource and Templates Resource
|Authors||Codina, G. and Robinson, D.|
What is Action Research for ISEND
Action Research is generally understood to be a way for practitioners to engage in a ‘plan-act/observe-reflect’ research cycle. In this project, Action Research is set up as a two-stage cycle that also incorporates a study phase (i.e., a time for staff to engage with the freely available research evidence). For longer projects stage-two of the cycle can be repeated.
To support with the process of thinking through the ethical implications of small-scale practitioner research, an ethics checklist and amendable proformas are provided in this guidance resource.
How to use this Guidance Resource
To develop your own Action Research for ISEND project it is recommended you follow the Action Research steps as set out in Table 1 (page 6) of this guidance resource. The overview provided in Table 1 is then expanded and additional detail provided on pages 7-15 of this guidance resource. The Appendices are there to support you through some of the specific elements of Action Research; for example, like researching your topic of interest. For your convenience, some of the Appendices are also made available as Word documents (see the Action Research for ISEND: Templates Resource).
|Keywords||Action Research for Inclusion ; Special Educational Needs ; Disability|
|Publisher||University of Derby|
|Place of publication||Derby|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI)||https://doi.org/10.48773/9vqvx|
|Web address (URL)||https://www.derby.ac.uk/research/centres-groups/educational-research-and-innovation/inclusion-and-special-educational-needs-research-cluster/our-work/|
|Funder||Department for Education|
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|Deposited||08 Dec 2022|
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