What Does Action Research Look Like? Complete both parts of this prompt,
Part One: The studies listed below provide examples of various action research designs and projects. Read at least one of these studies. Then, identify the research question, the participants, the data methods, and at least one implication/significant finding.
“Action Research in the Classroom: A Process that Feeds the Spirit of the Adolescent”
“Using a Participatory Action Research Approach to Create a Universally Designed Inclusive High
School Science Course: A Case Study”
“Boys and Reading: An Action Research Project Report”
“Teaching and Learning Evolution: Testing the Principles of a Constructivist Approach Through Action
“Action Research in the Classroom: Assisting a Linguistically Different Learner with Special Needs”
“Action Research in the Secondary Science Classroom: Student Response to Differentiated, Alternative
Part Two: Find an example of an action research project pertaining to your MAED specialization using a database from the Ashford University Library (e.g., EBSCOhost, ERIC) or Google Scholar. Identify the research question, the participants, the data methods, and at least one implication. You can use this article for your “Critical Reviews of Literature” assignment in Week Three.