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putting it plainly
Wed Sep 3, 2014 18:14 (XFF:

Thank you for sharing your thoughts because you summarized what we read well. The way you put it seems to be like a stepped process that many people would understand. I also like the tailored aspect of the students needs so that our classroom practice can improve constantly. I think that the process sets us up to be able to use this as a strategy any time we need it.

  • Cycles of Action Research - Susan Gibson, Tue Sep 2 20:05
    The major points that stuck out at me were that we are to have a systematic, intentional inquiry. We pick an open-ended question that we are interested in learning more about and use the cycles of... more
    • Re: Cycles of Action Research - noltja, Fri Sep 5 21:06
      Susan, Observing, interpreting, planning change and acting on it are things that we as teachers do everyday! I agree that it sounds a lot less formal than I originally thought and I don't doubt that... more
    • Re: Cycles of Action Research - foxemilyk, Wed Sep 3 21:32
      I also liked how plain and simple those steps made it out to be. Honestly, we do this all the time. We observe what is going on in our classroom, interpret whether it's working or not, decide if we... more
    • putting it plainly - Stacy, Wed Sep 3 18:14
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