Action Research in Workplace Education (2001)

Handbook for Literacy Instructors, A

This handbook, based on a project funded by the National Literacy Secretariat, is built around the idea that action research can help change literacy practices as instructors actually become researchers.
In the first section of the document, the author describes action research as a type of practice-based research. The author outlines two models that can be used in conducting an action research project and then discusses the major steps in identifying a problem.

The second part of the document presents eight action research projects written up as case studies. In the third part of the handbook, readers can find information needed to carry out their own action research projects.

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