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Action research, innovation and change : international and interdisciplinary perspectives / edited by Franz Rauch... [et al.].

Contributor(s): Rauch, Franz.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: HM571 .A32 2014Publication: London : Routledge, 2014Description: xvi, 230 p. : ill.ISBN: 9780415712293 (hbk.); 0415712297 (hbk.); 9780415712309 (pbk.); 0415712300 (pbk.).Subject(s): Action research -- Case studies
Contents:
pt. I From micro- to macro-politics: AR as a driving force for change -- 1.Innovation in education through action research / Peter Posch -- 2.Thirty years of educational reform through action research: traces in the Austrian school system / Willibald Erlacher -- 3.Addressing end-of-life issues through peer education and action research / Mary Matthiesen -- pt. 2 Action research for participation and empowerment -- 4.The International Collaboration for Participatory Health Research: legitimating the science and ensuring quality / Brenda Roche -- 5.Research as empowerment: blending PAR with community development / Karen Mcardle -- 6.Empowering young care leavers through peer research / Stephanie Klotz -- 7.Powerful partnership in a schools -- university research collaboration / Bethan Morgan -- pt. 3 Evidence-based reflection as a key to reflective action
8.Camera, action! Teaching documentary video as a tool for empowering weak students / Amir Har-Gil -- 9.Reflective processes in action research and in psychoanalytic observational studies: two approaches for teaching professionals / Agnes Turner -- 10.Learning to guide open inquiry: from self-experience to transfer into teaching / Sandra Puddu -- 11.Action research in science education: from general justifications to a specific model in practice / Ingo Eilks -- 12.Action research with chemistry teachers in Israel / Rachel Mamlok-Naaman -- pt. 4 Epistemological considerations -- 13.Critical action research and the challenge of postmodernism: perspectives and limitations / Eleni Katsarou -- 14.What is good action research? Reflections about quality criteria / Thomas Stern.
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pt. I From micro- to macro-politics: AR as a driving force for change -- 1.Innovation in education through action research / Peter Posch -- 2.Thirty years of educational reform through action research: traces in the Austrian school system / Willibald Erlacher -- 3.Addressing end-of-life issues through peer education and action research / Mary Matthiesen -- pt. 2 Action research for participation and empowerment -- 4.The International Collaboration for Participatory Health Research: legitimating the science and ensuring quality / Brenda Roche -- 5.Research as empowerment: blending PAR with community development / Karen Mcardle -- 6.Empowering young care leavers through peer research / Stephanie Klotz -- 7.Powerful partnership in a schools -- university research collaboration / Bethan Morgan -- pt. 3 Evidence-based reflection as a key to reflective action

8.Camera, action! Teaching documentary video as a tool for empowering weak students / Amir Har-Gil -- 9.Reflective processes in action research and in psychoanalytic observational studies: two approaches for teaching professionals / Agnes Turner -- 10.Learning to guide open inquiry: from self-experience to transfer into teaching / Sandra Puddu -- 11.Action research in science education: from general justifications to a specific model in practice / Ingo Eilks -- 12.Action research with chemistry teachers in Israel / Rachel Mamlok-Naaman -- pt. 4 Epistemological considerations -- 13.Critical action research and the challenge of postmodernism: perspectives and limitations / Eleni Katsarou -- 14.What is good action research? Reflections about quality criteria / Thomas Stern.

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