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WELCOME TO SBIP Action Research. Outlines:. i / RESEARCH ii/ WHAT IS AN ACTION RESEARCH? iii/ TYPES OF ACTION RESEARCH iv/ FEATURES OF ACTION RESEARCH v/ PROCESS OF ACTION RESEARCH vi/ ACTION PLAN

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WELCOME TO SBIP

Action Research


Outlines
Outlines:

i/ RESEARCH

ii/ WHAT IS AN ACTION RESEARCH?

iii/ TYPES OF ACTION RESEARCH

iv/ FEATURES OF ACTION RESEARCH

v/ PROCESS OF ACTION RESEARCH

vi/ ACTION PLAN

vii/ WHY EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH?


Research
Research:

  • It is exploring new ideas.

  • It is done by somebody who has curiosity to learn.

    QUALITIES OF RESEARCHER:

    Interest &

    Patience.


What is an action research
What is an action research?

  • Action Research is an enquiry which is carried out in order to understand, evaluate and then to change, in order to improve some educational practice. (Bassay,1998)

    OR

  • Action Research is a systematic collection of data in order to answer a research question for the purpose of improvement. ( Maxwell, 2003)


Types of action research
Types of Action Research:

i/ Individual Teacher Research

Single classroom issue

ii/ Collaborative Action Research

Single classroom or several classrooms with common issue

iii/ School wide Action Research

School issue, problem, or area of collective interest

iv/ District wide Action research

District issue


Features of action research
Features of Action Research:

  • Action Research is for the professional development

  • It is not one shot or pit-stop workshop.

  • It is small, manageable and achievable, yet very effective.

  • It can be done while teaching our usual classes.

  • It is a process of change for the improvement through involvement.

  • It requires baseline data to measure improvement brought about as a result of our intervention.


Process of action research
Process of Action Research:

  • 1/RECONNAISSANCE;

    a/ Situational Analysis: The Country

    The School (edn system)

    b/ Literature Review

    it is an account of what has already been published on the topic by scholars and researchers.

    it refers to a collection of materials on the topic. ( pamphlets, books, journals & websites etc…)


Why do we write Literature Review?

  • To inform/ update the reader with what is current in the field.

  • To add reliability to the research paper on the subject.

  • To see what has and has not been investigated.

    C/ Competence of the people involved.


2 action research question
2/ Action Research Question:

  • It should be specific.

  • It should be achievable.

  • It should be intended for improvement.

    eg: “ How can I improve the student’s performance in maths?”

    “ How can I improve the student’s performance in algebra in maths?”


  • 3/ BASE-LINE DATA COLLECTION: ( Analyze)

  • 4/ INTERVENTION PROGRAMME: ( Strategies)

    i.e; what am I going to do?

    eg: encourage maximum participation,

    asking questions and giving reinforcement,

    creating conducive environment &

    assigning and checking home works etc…


5/ POST – DATA COLLECTION: ( after intervention)

  • Data collection tools: class test, interviews, questionnaires, checking books & keeping records in the class etc…. (Should attach all the data's collected.)

  • Analyze and compare the base line and post data.

  • Write a reflection.

    6/ REFERENCING:

    Failure to acknowledge your sources properly constitutes plagiarism and academic dishonesty.


Action plan
Action Plan:

  • 1st Month: Make careful observation/ situational analysis.

  • 2nd Month: collect base line data and analyze.

  • 3rd & 4th Month: implement strategies.

  • 5th Month: Post Data collection and analysis.

  • 6th Month: compilation and organization of post data.


Why educational research
Why Educational Research?

  • Enhance the quality of education.

  • Problem solving.

  • Study the education system.

  • Improve our(teachers) practices.



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