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Action Research in Education by: JOEY G. QUIZON SEPS, Planning and Research
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Activity I will show different facial expressions, try to relate each to action research.
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Abstraction DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Chris Lowney, in his book “Heroic Living: Discover Your Purpose and Change the World” suggests a blueprint of a whole-life strategy that connects us with our DEEPEST BELIEFS WHAT WE DO EVERY DAY to make the WORLD not only LIFE-GIVING, SUSTAINING, BEAUTIFUL, INTERESTING .
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The Mustard Seed Every action has the potential of growth. It is like the mustard seed planted in the earth that produces the mustard tree. Who sees the first small act of the seed? Who cares? Yet, it is the ACTION of the seed breaking its cover and communicating with the energy of the earth that brings the tree to life. The whole tree is contained in the seed. THE SMALLEST STEP OUT OF ONESELF IS THE BEGINNING OF THE JOURNEY TO BECOMING ONESELF.
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WARNING Implies that the format is still under deliberatio n
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? should EDUCATORS conduct Action Research
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Educators should conduct Action Research Positive Change Improve practice Improve learning outcomes ADAPT Transformationa l leaders Collabora tion Research-based programs REFLECTION
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What is Action Research ?
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Action Research It is based on the beliefs that educational problems and issues are best identified and investigated where the action is , i.e. at the classroom and school level; and the educator or practitioner is the best judge of his or her teaching or practice.
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Action Research It is an approach to improving education through change, by encouraging teachers to be aware of their own practice , to be critical of that practice, and to be prepared to change it. -McNiff
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Action Research It is learning by doing in which a person identifies a problem, does something to resolve it, sees how successful his/her efforts were, and if not satisfied to try again . -O’Brian
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Traditional Research vs Action Research Traditional Research Action Research Systematic Inquiry Systematic Inquiry Goal is to develop or test theories generalizable to wide population Goal is to solve problems of local concern Considerable formal training required Little formal training required Carried out by individual not usually involved in local situation Carried out by individuals who directly experiences the problem
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Traditional Research vs Action Research Traditional Research Action Research Professionally-developed instruments Teacher-developed instruments More rigorous Less rigorous Generalizability is often appropriate Generalizability is often limited
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1 Basic Assumption Teachers and other educational professionals have the authority to make decisions.
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Legal Bases IRR of Republic Act No. 10533 – Enhanced Education Act of 2013 10.2 (h) “The curriculum shall be flexible enough to enable and allow schools to localize, indigenize, and enhance [the curriculum] based on their respective educational and social contexts.” Sec. 10.2 (h) – Implementing Rules and Regulations for RA 10533
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2 Basic Assumption Teachers and other education professionals want to improve their practice.
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