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    the activities, the resources or templates to support your teaching or learning of
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    T9: Reflecting on your Actions (Reflection is at the heart of action research and all of us can sharpen our reflective process-- it is one of the best ways to learn)
    T10: Cycles of Change (the iterative process of action research--how to think about cycles which are not always sequential)
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    be present.
    T12: Your Identity as an Action Researcher (Doing action research is also becoming an action researcher and how you think about that will help you in your next project)
    2) An Action Research Neighborhood for Sharing Ideas about Teaching Action Research
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    of mind. I am migrating the content to a new section and will indicated when I have finished. Here is a link to the new space I am developing for the neighborhood of ideas.
    You can use the discussion tab to start a discussion about anything you read anywhere on the site. Also, you can have the site notify you (by email) when a specified page, or the whole site, is modified. These pages will be developed for use by those who are engaged in action research or supporting action researchers and are monitored by Margaret Riel (mriel@pepperdine.edu), Pepperdine University. Feel free to join and work out your ideas on the wiki pages or to start a discussion on any page.
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    I have been working on the other two sections of the website. I hope to make it comfortable place for you to share your ideas.
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    They are also spearheading a discussion forum on EDMODO.
    To join the Action Research Channel Edmodo Community. please visit:http://www.edmodo.com . Join as a teacher and then select
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    The Pepperdine University Conference of Action Research 2010, cadre 12 - June 17-18, 2010. Conference Schedule.
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    research networks to join and resources)resources to explore)
    T2: Understanding Action Research (Links to some concise statements about action research and a chance to compare your own understandings with tens of thousands of others in a worldwide poll)
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    either a value'svalue search process
    T4: The Context (Strategies for how to contextualize your research in your local situation and to explore your ideas in the research literature with a review of relevant literature)
    T5: Plan For Action (Planning strategies include a force field analysis, development of logic model, and formation of your ethical plan)
    T6: Cycle 1 in an Iterative Process (Ideas for framing the cycle research question which is a blueprint for taking action in what will be the first of many cycles of action research)
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    Collecting Data (Learn how artifacts--photos, observations, drawings, student work -- and more can be data and how to design a data collection plan)
    T8: Analyzing Data (Analysis does not have to be complicated, depending on your level of skill you can create simple or more complex analysis. Developing research skills takes time so start easy)
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    your Actions (Reflection is at the heart of action research and all of us can sharpen our reflective process-- it is one of the best ways to learn)
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    of action research)research--how to think about cycles which are not always sequential)
    T11: Writing
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    Research Report
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    (Sharing your work is important, written work extends your ideas without you needing to be present.
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    Your Identity
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    Action Researcher (Doing action research is also becoming an action researcher and how you think about that will help you in your next project)
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    T4: The Context (Strategies for how to contextualize your research in your local situation and to explore your ideas in the research literature with a review of relevant literature)
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    Iterative Process (Ideas for taking action in the first of many cycles of action research)
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