In this course students explore collaborative research methodologies and paradigms by studying their own educational settings and contexts through collaborative action research. Students investigate and co-construct topics that are of shared interest to them and learn how to retrieve, critique, and summarize research. They produce and evaluate their own data to understand their classrooms and their students’ achievement, behaviors, and attitudes. They will co-construct findings that help innovate their teaching, greater community, and professional development.
- Format: Online
- Dates: February 4, 2019 – April 5, 2019
- GECs: 3
- Instructor: Dr. Karen F. Tardrew, Associate Professor, National Louis University
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- Fee: No cost
- Register Now (Registration Deadline: January 21, 2019)
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