Action Research in the E-Learning Environment™ Online

Course Description:

Action research is a process of inquiry and reflection where educators use research techniques to systematically examine their personal instructional practice. In the e-learning environment, action research takes on a new dimension as educators integrate technology into traditional research methodologies. Discover online data collection techniques, interpret the data to affect change in the online classroom, and develop a research plan that integrates e-learning technology and supports teacher research.

Required Text: You and Your Action Research Project by J. McNiff, et al., published by RoutledgeFalmer, 2009

Credit Hours: 3

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Course Alignment:

Charlotte Danielson’s Framework for Teaching Alignments

Domain One 1A and 1D
Domain Two 2B
Domain Three N/A
Domain Four 4A, 4E, and 4F

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