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TI: Overview of Action Research
T2: Understanding Action Research
T3: Your Research Question
T4: The Context
T5: Plan For Action
T6: Cycle 1 in an Iterative Process
T7: Collecting Data
T8: Analyzing Data
T9: Reflecting on your Actions
T10: Cycles of Change
T11: Writing your Action Research Report
T12: Your Identity as an Action Researcher
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AR Sharing Overview
Sharing AR syllabi
Cycles of Actions
Reports & Portfolios
Rubrics for Assessment
Evaluating Student Work
Journal for publishing Action Research
Q and A
Sharing Outcomes from
Doing Action Research
Overview of Outcomes
AR World Map of SITES
12 Your Idenity as an Action Researcher
Tutorial 12: Your Identity as an Action Researcher
If you have following these tutorials, you have been learning how to do action research. And when you learn new skills, with these skills often comes a new identity. In the case of action research, you will often been seen as someone who knows how to make things happen. Your experimentation with change in the workplace marks you as someone who is not afraid to take risks, someone who understands that you can lead from any position in an organization or workplace. When you listen to others and help them become better at what they do, you take on the role of servant or service leadership. The resources will help you think more about what type of leader you are becoming.
A) Perceptions of Others- Requesting Feedback.
B) Patterns of Interactions - What do you contribute to groups? How do you offer help?
C) Action Rsearch Interactions - What communities have you joined?
A. Learning as identity Management
B. Transformation Learning
C. Servent or Service Leadership
D. Join an Action Research Network
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